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The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1891 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • ABERCANAID Colliery, Electrical Haulage Plant, 199
  • Abstracts of Consular and Diplomatic Reports, 33, 43, 161, 175, 190, 248, 291, 445, 513, 539
  • Abyssinian Pump Wells in Hard Ground ? 279
  • Accidents to English and French Guns, 423
  • Action of Wind on Sails, The, 151
  • Activity in Sailing Ship Construction, 483
  • Adamant Stone, 445
  • Adriatic Railway Company, Locomotive for the, 125
  • Africa, Proposed Railway through British Central, 39, 61, 86
  • Agricultural Congress at the Hague, Great, 186
  • Air Compressor and Cycle Gas Engine, Atkinson’s, 5
  • Air Compressors at Hampton Wick, 25, 55, 78, 90
  • Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam Engines, 380
  • Allen, Mr. W. D., Account of a New Form of Hydraulic Forging Press, 290, 377
  • Allotropic Silver, Mr. Carey Lea’s, 237
  • Alnwick Sewage Disposal, 354
  • Alphand, M., 478
  • Alterations in the Types and Proportions of Mercantile Vessels, Mr. J. B. Martell, 83
  • Alternator, Oerlikon Three-phase, 337
  • Am Ende, Mr. Max, Swing Bridge over the Glamorganshire Canal, 105, 106, 107
  • American Armour-plate after Test, An, 165
  • American Boilers, 165
  • American Coal Cost and Wages, 322
  • American Engineering News, 16, 55, 99, 158, 180, 220, 255, 348, 390, 428, 469, 522
  • American v. English Locomotives, Mr. F. W. Dean on, 68
  • American Guns, The Cost of, 30
  • American Iron and Coal Trades, 385
  • American Iron Trade Statistics, 134
  • American Locomotives, English and, 72
  • American Notes, 18, 37, 58, 80, 103, 120, 143, 161, 183, 205, 223, 245, 266, 287, 309, 329, 351, 371, 392, 412, 431, 450, 489, 525, 547
  • American Plate Trials, 416, 478, 482
  • American Pulsometer, Test of an, 528
  • American Railroad Enterprise and its Result, Ten Years of, 395
  • American Railway Working, 444
  • American Steel Barge Company, The Whaleback Steamer “ C. W. Wetmore,” 111
  • America, Tin-plate Manufacture in, 155
  • American Whalebacks, The, 113
  • American Woods, Tests of Strength of, 232
  • American Workshops, 358, 387
  • Ammonia and Iron Corrosion, 118
  • Ammonite, Experiments with, 41
  • Anderson’s, Capt., “ Hold Handy” Ladder, 238
  • Anderson, Mr. William, On the Constitution of the Royal Ordnance Factories, 292
  • Andrews’ System of Electric Lighting in Liverpool, 229
  • Ansaldo and Co., Messrs. G., Locomotive for, 125
  • Ansaldo and Sampierdarena, Messrs. G., 120-ton Floating Steam Crane, 109, 112
  • Anti-Fouling Composition in the Navy, MM. Tugot-Frbres, 304
  • Aqueduct, The Vyrnwy, 89, 90, 94, 96, 230, 231, 234
  • Aqueduct, Vyrnwy, The Norton Tower, 89, 96, 230, 231, 234
  • Argentine Railway, Central, Triple-expansion Engine, 45
  • Armour, Compound, 397, 398
  • Armour Contracts from the East, 154
  • Armour Plate after Test, An American, 165
  • Armour Plate Trials at Portsmouth, 397
  • Armour Plate Trials at Shoeburyness, 374, 375
  • Armour Plates of American Manufacture, Trials of, 416, 478, 482
  • Armour Plates, Hard, and English Manufacturers, 133
  • Armour Plates in the United States, 16
  • Armour Plating on Battleships, France and Great Britain, 186
  • Armour Trials in France and America, Nickel, 379
  • Arnall, Mr. T., Tramway Engineering, 468
  • Arrested Tides, 151
  • Artificial Ivory, 311, 367
  • Artillery of the Future, The, 170, 241
  • Artillery of the Future, Mr. Longridge on the, 154
  • Asbestos Removable Boiler Covering, 418
  • Ashton Court Electric Light Installation, Mr. G. Kapp, 480, 484
  • Ashwell and Co., Messrs., The Clay bury Asylum, 193
  • Ash well and Co., Messrs., Korting Heating and Ventilating Plant for Clay bury Asylum, 165,193
  • Ashworth, Mr. James, Blasting in Coal Mines, 402
  • ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE,
  • - THE AMERICAN :—
  • - United States Tests of Strength of American Woods made at the Washington University Testing Laboratory, St. Louis, Prof. Johnson, 232
  • ASSOCIATION, BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT FOREMEN’S AND DRAUGHTSMEN’S, 475
  • - Shortness of Water in Steam Boilers, Mr. J. F. Crockatt, 407
  • - Visit to Stratford-on-Avon, 89
  • Association, the British (see British Association) Association, The British Steel Smelters’, 73
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE LEEDS :
  • - Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam Engines, Mr. Alf. Towler, 380
  • - Visit to the Pumping Station at Arthington and the Compensation Reservoir at Lindley Wood, 51
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, THE MANCHESTER, 358, 467
  • - American Workshops, Mr. Hans Renold, 358, 387
  • - Deakin’s Improved Steam Governor and Valve Arrangement, Mr. D Fulton on, 467
  • - Milling Tools and Appliances, Mr. R. R. Lister, 427
  • Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen,Tbe London, 150, 151, 170, 209
  • Association of Foremen and Marine Engineers, The East London, 489
  • Association of Iron and Steel Workers, Dissolution of the National Amalgamated, 72
  • Association, Iron Trades’ Employers’, 467
  • ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS, THE INCORPORATED :
  • - Meeting at Dublin, Projected, 229
  • Association, The Yorkshire Miners’, 12
  • Atkinson’s Air Compressor and Cycle Gas Engine, 5
  • Atlantic, Fastest Average Time Across the, 8
  • Atlantic Steamers, Messrs. Whittaker and Co.’s Chart, 240
  • Atlantic Record, The, 302
  • Atlantic'Steamship Company, A New,. 205
  • Atlantic Trips, Fast, 237, 242
  • Audley Parish, New Waterworks, 40
  • Audley Waterworks, The, 77
  • Australia, Water Supply, to, 225, 271
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 157, 242, 410, 428
  • Austria Propellers? 461 . .
  • Automatic Brakes, Mr. F. A. Lart, 476
  • Automatic Rifle, New, 264
  • Axle-boxes, Locomotive, 118
  • BABCOCK and Wilcox, Limited, 16
  • Baling Presses, Cyclone Hydraulic, 191
  • Bamber, Mr. H. K., on Portland Cement, 419
  • Baraclough, Mr. W. H., Machinery for Tube Making, 338
  • Barbette Ships, “Furieux” and. “Marceau,” 146, 149
  • Bard, Mr. Alfred, Method of Calculating the Mean Temperature of Cylinder Walls 296 317
  • Barling, Mr. I. C., Sounding Apparatus 519
  • Barnaby, Sir N., on Ships of War, 65, 83, 193
  • Barrow Shipbuilding, Contracts for, 339
  • Battleship, Model, Chicago Exposition, 324
  • Battleship “Thunderer,” H.M.S., Double Turret 514, 519
  • Bath and West of England’s Southern Counties Agricultural Societies' Show, 182
  • Beanfeasts, 117
  • Beck and Co. v. the War Office, 387
  • Belfast Harbour, Improvements of 43
  • Belgium, Explosives, in, 12
  • Belgium, Population of, 43
  • Bemrose and Sons, Messrs. A. Transparent Set Square, 370
  • Benardos Howard Electric Welding Process, The, 529
  • Berlin, Underground Electric Railway for, 483
  • Bessemer’s Apparatus for Making Continuous Sheets from Fluid Metal, 389
  • Bessemer Process, Copper Refining by the, 65
  • Bethlehem Steam Hammer, The, 62
  • Bethlehem Steel Plates, 165
  • Binnie, Mr. W. J. E., Account of an Electric Self-rebording Rain Gauge, 430
  • Birkbeck Literary and Scientific Institution, The, 266
  • Birmingham New Water Supply,318
  • Blanco Encalada in Caldera Bay. The, 13
  • Black Flashes of Lightning, Mr. A. W. Clayden, 164
  • Black And White, 448
  • Black Rock, Fall of Cliff at, 94
  • Blacksmithing ? 515
  • Blackwall, Proposed Tunnel at, 405
  • Blackwood, Mr. Thomas, 419
  • Blake’s Improved Lancashire Boiler, 544
  • Blasting in Coal Mines, Mr. J. Ashworth, 402
  • Blechynden, Mr. Alfred, Review of Marine Engineering during the Past Decade, 95, 98, 108
  • Block-setting Titan, 50-ton, 315, 319
  • Blue Polishing Machines ? 195
  • Boards and Veneers, The Oncken System of Cutting, 395
  • Boat, A New Electrical, 544
  • Boat-lowering Gear, Willey’s, 305
  • Boiler, Blake’s Improved Lancashire, 544
  • Boiler Covering, Asbestos Removable, 418
  • Boiler Coverings, Removable, 385
  • Boiler Explosion, A Locomotive, 344
  • Boiler Explosion at West Bromwich, 88
  • Boiler Explosions Acts, The, 532
  • Boiler Feeder Pump, Rotary, 544
  • Boiler-heating, A Regenerative System of, 72
  • Boiler-house Economy, 297, 317, 377
  • Boiler, The Mills Water-tube, 463
  • Boiler, The Serpollet, 26
  • Boiler-tube, Compound ? 321
  • Boiler Tube Expanding Machine, Vail's, 542
  • Boilers, American, 165
  • Boilers, Corrosion in Steam, Mr. J. H. Paul, 389
  • Boilers, Gas Fired, 533
  • Boilers, High-pressure Lancashire, 441
  • Boilers? Hot Water, 153
  • Boilers, Marine, 257, 376
  • Boilers at the Royal Naval Exhibition, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 238
  • Boilers, Three-flued Lancashire Boilers, Evaporative Trials of, 388
  • Boilers, Water Tube, in the United States Navy, 215
  • Boilers, Mr. W. Wyllie, on the Wear and Tear of Small Vertical, 445
  • Boiling Down Plant? 49
  • Bolton Technical School, 32
  • Bombay, Water Supply of, 73
  • Books Received, 73, 115, 135, 445, 517, 539
  • Bowling Iron Company, The, 59
  • Bowling Iron Company, The Non-condensing. Cogging Mill Engines, 438, 439
  • Brace, Mr. G. R., Centre and Wing Ballast Tank Suctions in Double-bottomed Vessels, 83
  • Brakes, Automatic, 476
  • Brakes, Continuous, in Now South Wales, 343
  • Bridge Failure at Moenchenstein, 27, 33, 455, 474
  • Bridge, Glasgow, 456
  • Bridge at Moenchenstein, Failure of the Railway, 27, 33, 455, 474
  • Bridge over the Rhone at Lyons, The Morand, 311, 315, 336, 347, 365, 366
  • Bridge (Rutherglen) over the Clyde, Messrs. Crouch and Hogg, 520
  • Bridge, Swing, over the Glamorganshire Canal, 105, 106, 107
  • Bridge, Sydney, Municipal, 445
  • Bridges, Trains and, 275
  • Bridgework for China, 450
  • Brighton, The Old Chain Pier at, 532
  • Brighton Railway Jubilee, The, 247
  • Britain, The Greater, 534
  • BRITISH ASSOCIATION, THE, 163, 186
  • - Black Flashes of Lightning, Mr. A. W. Clayden, 163
  • - Chemical Science, Section B, Professor Roberts- Austen on Metallurgy, 166
  • - Fires in Coal Bunkers, Professor V. B. Lewes, 163
  • - Electrical Evaporation of Metals, The, Mr. Wm. Crookes, 163
  • - Inaugural Address of Dr. Huggins, President-elect, on Spectroscopic Astronomy, 155
  • - Mathematical and Physical Science, Section A, Dr. Oliver Lodge suggestsa National Physical Laboratory, 165
  • - Meeting of the General Committee at Cardiff, 155
  • - Mining Machinery, Mr. T. Foster Brown, 176
  • - Money Grants made to its Committees, 186
  • - Nickel Carbon Oxide and its Application in Arts and Manufactures. By Ludwig Mond, 167
  • - Petroleum Oil Engines, Professor William Robinson, 218
  • - Photography, Apparatus or Results Recently Exhibited at the Royal Society, 237
  • - Photographic Work in the British Association, 237
  • - Report of the Council for 1890-91, 155
  • - Sectional Appointments, 155
  • - Sinking Wells and Shafts, Mr. H. Davey, 359
  • British Central Africa, Proposed Railway through, 39, 61, 86
  • British Coal in 18,91. 538
  • British Gas Engine and "Engineering Company, Atkinson’s Air Compressor and Cycle Gas Engine, 5
  • British Second-class Cruisers, Neyr, 322
  • British Steel Smelters’ Association, The, 73
  • British Trade with Japan, 516
  • British Trade with Morocco, Extension of, 13
  • Brown, Mr. T. Foster, Mining Machinery, 176
  • Brown’s Compound Plates, Tresidder's Special Treatment, 374, 375
  • Brown’s Compound Plates, Tresidder's Special Treatment after Five Rounds, 397, 398
  • Bruges, Offer of Premiums for Competition Plans for Constructions at, 317
  • Bryant and Kenaston, Messrs., Explorations of, 276
  • Buckets, Mr. C. W. Burton's Stamped Steel, 170
  • Buckton and Co.,' Messrs. Joshua, Heavy Bloom Shearing Machine, Newburn Steel Works, 272, 277
  • Buckwell, Mr., On the History of the Newhaven and Dieppe Channel Service, 418
  • Bulkbeads Committee, Report of the, 299
  • Burgess, Mr., 52
  • Burrell and .Sons Messrs. C., Eight-horse Compound Road Locomotive, 210, 242
  • Burroughs, Mr. S. M., On Steam Heating for Towns, 126
  • Bursting of a Gun on H.M.S. Cordelia, 29
  • Bursting of a Krupp Gun, 322, 368
  • Burton, Mr C. W., Stamped Steel Buckets, 170
  • Bushbury, The Electrical Construction Corporation Works, 436
  • CAB Fare Recorder, A, 150
  • Cable Motive Power, Report of the Committee on the Progress of, 379, 398, 426
  • Caird, Messrs., Lengthening of the Peninsular and Oriental s.s. Rome, 27O
  • Caledonian Railway Extensions, The, 12, 103
  • California, Strange Phenomena in, 16
  • Camber in Girders ?, Putting the, 405
  • Campbell, Mr. J. Jennings, Engines for Ships of War, 443, 485
  • Canada’s Canals, Enlarging, 351
  • Canadian Railways, 131
  • Canal, The Kennet and Avon, 528
  • Canal, The Manchester Ship, 34, 41, 66. 70, 128, 156, 242, 276, 378, 379
  • Canal, The Nicaragua, 2, 3, 4, 123, 373, 433
  • Canal, The Panama, 175
  • Canalisation of the Moselle, 445
  • Canals, Enlarging Canada’s, 351
  • Canals in the United States, 24
  • Canet Quick-fire Gun for the Russian Government. 477
  • Canton Province, Navigation of the, 245
  • Cape of Good Hope and Natal Mail Service, 242, 344
  • Captain Shaw’s Retirement, 11
  • Carbon Dioxide, The Manufacture of Liquid, 40
  • Carbon Holder and Table, 529
  • Cardiff Swing Bridge 105, 106, 107
  • Carey, Mr. A. E., on Portland Cement, 419
  • Carriage of Timber by Narrow-gauge. Railways, The, 174, 193, 209
  • Carriages, Torsion in, 180
  • Cartridge, Speakman's Water Safety, 37
  • Carulla, Mr. F. J. R., On an Undescribed Phenomenon in the Fusion of Mild Steel 290
  • Castings for Weighing Scales? 515
  • Cement Testing, 15
  • Cement Testing, Normal Sand for, 195
  • Centrifugal Pumps and Turbines, Mr. C. J. Gawthrope, 522
  • Century-old Ships, 301
  • Chain Pier at Brighton, The Old, 532
  • Channeler, The Ingersoll Sergeant Bar, 476
  • Chanute, M. Octave, Preservative Treatment of Timber, 212
  • Chart of Victoria Channel, Belfast, 43
  • Charterhouse Science and Art Schools, and Literary Institute, 263
  • Chat Moss, A Link with, 282
  • Chatham Dockyard, Visit of Naval Architects to, 63, 64
  • Chenot’s Pneumatic Power Hammer, 283
  • Cheshunt Water Supply, 16
  • CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 1893, THE, 40 76 83, 84, 85, 86, 126, 130, 226, 227, 298, 303, 324, 325, 331, 333, 359, 396
  • - The Agricultural Buildings, and The Woman s Building, 401
  • - The Fine Arts, Palace, 532
  • - The Lagoon and Casino, and The Fisheries Buildings, 417
  • - Transportation Building, Mines and Mining Building, 446
  • Chicago Exposition and The Society of Arts, The, 359
  • China, Bridge work for, 450
  • China, Iron and Steel Industry in, 385
  • Christmas Lectures at the Royal Institution, 396
  • “City of New York,” The, Fast Passage of, 237
  • Clark and Standfield, Messrs., Off-shore Floating Dock, Hamburg, for Vessels of 5000-tons, 536, 544
  • Claybury Lunatic Asylum, The, 165, 193
  • Clayden, Mr. A. W., Black Flashes of Lightning, 164
  • Cliffs between Brighton and Rottingdean, 461
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 197
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Firms, Messrs. Russell and Co., 187
  • Clyde Wages Dispute, The, 51
  • Coal in 1891, British, 538
  • Coal Bunkers, Fires in, Prof. V. B. Lewes, 163
  • Coal in Ceylon, Discovery of, 114
  • Coast Communication, 441 Coal, The Cost of, 482
  • Coal Cost and Wages, American, 322
  • Coal Discovery, 114
  • Coal and Engineering, Cheaper, 301
  • Coal Getting, The Profits of, 196
  • Coal, The Price of, 237
  • Coal Raised from Deep Mines, 175
  • Coal, Registered Tonnage and Capacity for, 376
  • Coal Resources, Our, 173
  • Coal Strike ? Is there to be Another Great, 114
  • Coal Field in Derbyshire, Opening of a New, 280
  • Cogging Mill Engines, Non-condensing, 438, 439
  • Collieries, The Working Time of, 342
  • Colliers, The Methods of, 71
  • Colliery Engines, Economical Use of Steam in, Mr. J. McLaren, 45
  • Cologne as a Seaport, 138
  • Colombia, Ocean Pier at Puerto, 541
  • Columbian Exposition at Chicago, 1893 (see also Chicago Exposition), 331, 333
  • Commercial Museum in Constantinople, 199
  • Compactum Evaporator, 97
  • Compensating Steering Gear, Harfield’s, 542
  • Compound Armour, 397, 398
  • Compound Engines, s.s. “Minho” (Supplement, August 21st, 1891), 153, 156
  • Compound Locomotives, 334, 367, 376, 398
  • Compound Marine Engines, 153
  • Compressed Air Power Transmission, 370
  • Concentration of Rock Hematites, 77
  • Condensation, Cylinder, 25, 78
  • Condensation of Steam, The, 462
  • Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 520
  • Condensation in Steam Cylinders, Initial, Mr. W. H. Northcott on the Cause and Action of, 478
  • Condensation in Steam Cylinder Jackets, 78
  • Conemaugh Dam Failure and Johnstown Floods, The, 36
  • Constantinople, Commercial Museum at, 199
  • Continuous Sheets direct from Fluid Metal, Sir H. Bessemer on the Manufacture of, 289
  • Conveyor Stoker, Mechanical, 198
  • Coode, Sir John, on Legislation with respect to Sanitary Matters, 125
  • Coomb’s Wood Estate, Plan of, 529
  • Co-operative ? Excursions to the Chicago Exposition, 396
  • Cooper’s Hill College, Proposed Addition to the, 112
  • Copper Refining by the Bessemer Process, 65
  • Cordelia Catastrophe, The, 55
  • Cordelia’s Gun Explosion, The, 266
  • Corn Palace, A, 204
  • Corps of Naval Constructors, The, 124
  • Corrosion in Steam Boilers, Mr. J. H. Paul, 389
  • Corrosion of Water Gauges, 153
  • Corrugated Furnaces, 78
  • Cost of Coal, The, 237, 322, 482
  • Craighmaddie Reservoir, Glasgow Waterworks, 294
  • Crane, 50-ton Block-setting Titan, 315, 319
  • Crane, 120-ton Floating Steam, 109, 112
  • Crane, Steam, for Madras Harbour Works, 129
  • Crane, 150-ton Steam, Woolwich Arsenal, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 295
  • Crane, 30-ton Titan, 417, 420
  • Creosote Specifications, 257
  • Crockatt, Mr. J. F., Shortness of Water in Steam Boilers, 407
  • Crompton and Co , Messrs., Electrical Haulage Plant, 199
  • Crookes, Professor Wm., The Electrical Evaporation of Metals, 164
  • Cruiser No. 6, United States Navy, Double-ended Boiler, 389
  • Crookes, Protestor Wm., on Electricity in Relation to Science, 419
  • Crossley Bros., Air Compresssors, 25
  • Crouch and Hogg, Messrs., Rutherglen Bridge over the Clyde, 520
  • Cruiser No. 6, United States Navy, Air Pumps 382, 389
  • Cruisers, The Largest in the World, 339
  • Cruisers, New British Second-class, 322
  • Crystal Palace and District, Electric Lighting of the, 343
  • Curiosity, A, 465
  • Curiosity in Furnace,Draught, A, 486
  • Curious Diagram taken from a Tangye’s Puffin 151
  • Current Fallacies concerning Portland Cement, 5l5
  • Current Machines, Direct and Alternating Messrs. Siemens and Halske, 248, 249
  • Current Motor, Two - Horse Power Rotary Lauffen Frankfort Power Transmission, 291
  • Current 40,000-Volt, at the Frankfort Exhibition 342
  • Curve Ranger, The Trotter, 366
  • Cutting Boards and Veneers, The Oncken System of, 395
  • “C. W. Wetmore,” The Whaleback Steamer, 111
  • Cycle Exhibition, The Crystal Palace, 417
  • Cycles, Stanley Exhibition of, 542
  • Cycles, Steel for, 462
  • Cyclone Hydraulic Baling Presses, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., 191
  • Cyclone Press, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, amd Co., 259
  • Cylinder Condensation, 25, 78
  • Cylinder Wall Temperatures, Diagrams of, 262, 263, 296
  • Cylinder Walls, Method of Calculating the Mean Temperature of, 296, 317
  • Cylinder Walls of Steam Engines, 15
  • Cylinders, Water in Steam Engine, 297
  • DANUBE, The Iron Gates of the, 139
  • Davey Mr. Henry, Sinking Wells and Shafts 359
  • Davey, Paxman, and Co., Messrs., Boilers at the Royal Naval Exhibition, 238
  • Deacon, Mr. G. F., The Norton Tower, Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 89, 96, 230, 231, 234
  • Deacon, Maxwell, and Dore, Messrs., A Large Sugar Plant, 353
  • Deacon Meter, The, 46
  • Deakin’s Improved Governor and Valve Arrange¬ment, Mr. D. Fulton, 467
  • Dean, Mr. F. W., On American v. English Loco-motives, 68
  • Decimal Weights and Measures, 15
  • Deep Hole in the Ground, Will be the Deepest Yet, 261
  • “Demon” Water Motor, The, 306
  • Denny and Bros., Messrs. W., Royal Mail s.s “Scot” (Supplement, July 3rd and 10th, 1891), 1, 9, 21, 23
  • Dewar, Professor, High-pressure Compressing Pump, Royal Institution, 107
  • Diagrams of Cylinder Wall Temperatures, 262, 263, 296
  • Diagrams, A Peculiarity in, 78
  • Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway, Road Bridge, Shawford Line, 533
  • Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway, The Twyford Viaduct, Mr. W. R. Galbraith, 518, 534
  • Director of the Royal Dockyards, The, 384
  • Disclaimer, 445, 465
  • Dissolution of the National Amalgamated Asso¬ciation of Iron and Steel Workers, 72
  • Dixon, Mr. W. B., Some Recent Admiralty Machinery Contracts and Trials, 530
  • Dock and Harbour Extension in Scotland, 68
  • Dock, Off-shore Floating, Messrs. Clark and Standfield, 536, 544
  • Docks at Kidderpore, near Calcutta, First Use of the, 13
  • Docks for London, New, 464
  • Dockyard, General Plan of Chatham, 63
  • Donkin, jun., Mr. Bryan, Method of Calcula¬ting Cylinder Wall Temperatures, 262, 263
  • Dore and Chinley Railway, The, 517
  • Dowlais-Cardiff Furnaces, The, 396, 404
  • Drain Gauging Machine? 279
  • Drainage, Kingston (Herefordshire), 323
  • Drainage of Town Houses, Mr. G. M. Lawford on the, 520
  • Drainage Works at Paris, Important, 322
  • Draught and Haulage of Road Vehicles, 313, 367, 376
  • Draught of Vehicles, The, 376, 440, 465, 486, 535
  • Dredger Chain Pins, Manganese Steel, 435
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple, 447
  • Driving and Elevator Bands, Essay on, 90
  • “Drum,” Rotary Pump, Mr. J. Johnson, 13
  • Drying Crystals? 113
  • Drying Explosives in Vacuum, Apparatus for, 447
  • Dublin, The Electric Lighting of, 284
  • Ducat, Colonel W. M., and the Proposed Erection of a-Town Hall at Sheffield, 86
  • Durston, Mr. A. J., Warships, 84
  • Dusseldorf Municipal Station, The, 358
  • Dust and Refuse, Removal of, 323
  • Dynamite Projectile, The Snyder, 301
  • Dynamo, Slow-speed Engine, 179
  • EASTERN Railway of France, Experimental Locomotive, 396, 400
  • Eastham Locks, Manchester Ship Canal, 41, 44, 70
  • Easton and Anderson, Messrs., Pump for Liquefy¬ing Gases, 107
  • Easton and Anderson, Messrs., 150-Ton Steam Crane, Woolwich Arsenal, 295
  • Economical Use of Steam in Colliery Engines, Mr. John McLaren, 45
  • Economiser, Mr. M. Longridge’s Report on the Evaporative Trials of Three-flued Lancashire Boilers and an, 388
  • Eddystone Lighthouse, Riyal Naval Exhibition, Lifting Apparatus, 145
  • Edge Milling Machine, the Northern Engineering Company, 8
  • Edison otfEiectrical Traction, 406
  • Education of an Engineer, The, 50, 150
  • Education v. Knowledge, 283
  • Egypt, The Cereal Crops of, 297
  • Egypt, Irrigation in, 466
  • Eight-horse Compound Road Locomotive, Messrs. C. Burrell and Sons, 210
  • Eight Hours’ Bill, The, 463
  • Eight Hours’ Day in Sunderland, The, 517
  • Eight Hours, The Miners and the, 342
  • Eight Hours’ Movement, The, 481
  • Electric Conductors, Overhead, 483
  • Electric Drill, Portable, General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • Electric Installation, The Lauffen-Frankfort, 273, 291
  • Electric Light Installation, Ashton Court; Mr. G. Kapp, 480, 484
  • Electric Lighting Apparatus, 451
  • Electric Lighting of the Crystal Palace and District, 343
  • Electric Lighting of Dublin, the, 248
  • Electric Lighting of the Gare St. Lazare, Paris, 409
  • Electric Lighting and German Municipalities, 196
  • Electric Lighting in Liverpool, Andrews’ System, 229
  • Electric Lighting for Oxford, 424
  • Electric Motor Driven by Fan General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • Electric Motor for Mining Work, General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • Electric Pinnace, General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • Electric Railway for Berlin, Underground, 483
  • Electric Supply Corporation, 179
  • Electric Traction on Tramways, 26
  • Electric Tramways, Leeds, 386
  • Electric Welding applied to the Manufacture of Projectiles,, 193
  • Electric Welding Process, The Benardos-Howard 529
  • Electric Welding of Small Articles ? 49
  • Electrical Boat, A New, 544
  • Electrical Congress, The International, 237
  • Electrical Construction Corporation Works, Busb- bury, 436
  • Electrical Evaporation of Metal, Mr. W. Crookes on the, 164
  • Electrical Exhibition, The Crystal Palace, 131, 186
  • Electrical Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, Applications for Space in, 343
  • Electrical Exhibition, The Frankfort, 115, 155, 175, 228
  • Electrical Hauling Engine, 199
  • Electrical Horse-power, 153
  • Electrical Railways, 363
  • Electrical Storage Batteries, Mr. H. B. Vorley, 13
  • Electrical Torpedo, The Sims-Edison, 519
  • Electrical Traction, Mr. Edison on, 406
  • Electrical Tramway Propulsion in France, 322
  • Electrical Transmission of Power Abroad, 134
  • Electricity and “Buffalo Bill” in Glasgow, 211
  • Electricity in Mining, Prof. Sylvanus Thompson, 186
  • Electricity in Relation to Science, Prof. William Crookes, 419
  • Electro-Magnetic Units, 434, 486
  • Electro Motors, The Use of, 135
  • Electro-Technical Congress in Frankfort, 115, 155
  • Elephant Stamps ? 481
  • Elgar, Dr. Francis, Terminating of his Service as Director of the Royal Dockyards, 384
  • Elimination of Sulphur from Pig Iron, Mr. Massenez on the, 290
  • Ellesmere Port, Broken Dam at, Manchester Ship Canal, 41
  • Ellesmere Port, Manchester Ship Canal, Mattrass Work near, 156
  • Employer’s Advocacy of Trades Unionism, An, 322
  • Engine Dynamo, Combined, General Electrical Power and Traction Company, 136
  • Engine Dynamo, Slow-speed, 179
  • Engine Efficiency, Steam, 239
  • Engine, Eight - wheeled Compound Passenger, Greater Britain, 425
  • Engine, Electrical Hauling, 199
  • Engine is Erected, How a Portable, 217
  • Engine, Experimental, Eastern Railway of France, 396, 400
  • Engine, The Forward Gas, with Lanchester’s Self-starting Gear, 148
  • Engine, The Gas, Mr. J. Harvey on, 425
  • Engine, Hydraulic Winding, Mr. Arthur Rigg, 325
  • Engine Mileage, 241, 275
  • Engine, Professor Thurston on the Final Improvement of the Steam, 300
  • Engine, Triple-expansion, Central Argentine Railway, Messrs. McLaren and Co., 45
  • Engine, Experimental Marine, Engineering Laboratories of University College, Liverpool, 200
  • Engine, The Kimble, 281
  • Engine and Pumps for Working Cyclone Hydraulic Baling Presses, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., 253, 256
  • Engine, Self-contained Beam, An Interesting Relic, 241
  • Engine, Steam Fire, for Sydney, 302
  • Engine, Triple-expansion Marine, Messrs. Welch, Bradshaw, and Co., 318
  • Engine, The “Trusty” Gas, Messrs. Weyman and Co., 283
  • Engine, The “Trusty” Oil, 458
  • Engine Works, Steel in Marine, 236
  • ENGINEER, THE (Supplement, October 30th, 1891), 353, 355
  • Engineering, Cheaper Coal and, 301
  • Engineer-in-Chief of the United States Navy, 385
  • Engineering Colleges, 363, 377
  • Engineering Laboratories, University College, Liverpool, Experimental Marine Engine, 200
  • Engineering Societies, 424, 443
  • ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ CLUB, NEWCASTLE-ON- TYNE, 302
  • - Centrifugal Pumps and Turbines, Mr. C. J. Gawthrope, 522
  • - Gas Engine, Mr. J. Harvey on the, 425
  • - An Outline of Shipbuilding, Mr. Albert Ewan, 456
  • Engineering Trade Section, London Chamber of Commerce, 317
  • Engineering Trades, Trade and Labour Outlook in the, 114
  • Engineers’ Club, Philadelphia, The, 314
  • Engineer, The Education of an, 50, 150
  • Engineers ? Emigration Fields for, 153
  • Engineers and Firemen for the Royal Navy, 530
  • Engineers, French, 197
  • Engineers for the Naval Reserve, 315
  • Engineers in the Navy, 29, 170, 195, 208, 215, 250, 274, 296, 317
  • Engineers’ Photographs, 368, 377
  • Engineers, Physicists v. Mechanical, 297
  • Engineers for the Royal Navy, Probationary, 93
  • Engines, Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam, 380
  • Engines, Auxiliary, London and North-Western Railway Company’ss.s. “Violet” (Supplement, August 7th, 1891), 109
  • Engines, Colliery, Economical Use of Steam in, 45
  • Engines, Compound Marine, 153
  • Engines, Compound, s.s. “Minho” (Supplement, August 21st, 1891), 153, 156
  • Engines, English Steam Fire, in Belgium, 188
  • Engines, Gas Companies and Gas, 73
  • Engines. Gas, Running without Attendance, 90
  • Engines of the Hull and Barnsley Locomotives, Mr. M. Stirling on the Construction of the, 370
  • Engines, Marine, in the United States Navy, 259, 272
  • Engines in the Navy, Marine, 443
  • Engines, Non-condensing Cogging Mill, 438, 439
  • Engines, Petroleum Oil, 218, 240, 241, 260, 261
  • Engines for Ships of War, 443, 485, 520, 534
  • Engines of the s.s. “Scot,” Triple-expansion (Supplement, July lOth, 1891)
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, s.s.. “Scot,” 21, 23
  • Engines, Triple-expansion, United States Cruiser “No. 6” (Supplement, October 2nd, 1891), 272
  • Engines, Twin-screw, s.s. “Tynwald” (Supplement, September 11th, 1891), 172, 176, 177, 211
  • Engines, 1000-H.P. Vertical Triple-expansion Mill, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 88, 92, 109, 115
  • Engines, Water-pressure Pumping, Whitehaven Waterworks, 48, 52
  • English and American Locomotives, 72
  • English and French Guns, Accidents to, 423
  • English Steam Fire Engines in Belgium, 188
  • Erosion in Large Guns, Maxim on, 207
  • Ethsr, The, 367
  • Ether, The, A Rough Idea of Sir John Herschel’s Modernised, 535
  • Evaporating, Distilling, and Condensing, Royal Naval Exhibition, 97, 98
  • Evaporative Trials of Three-Flued Lancashire Boilers and an Economiser, Mr. M. Long- ridge’s Report on the, 388
  • Everett, Prof. J. D., On Wet and Dry Bulb Formulae, 430
  • Ewan, Mr. Albert, An Outline of Shipbuilding, 456
  • Examination Tests for Original Men, 456
  • Exhaust Pipes of Locomotives, The, 133
  • Exhaust Steam, The Utilisation of, 275
  • Exhausting by Steam, 465
  • Expansion Curves, Practical, 258
  • Expansion, Intermediate, 516
  • Experimental Marine Engine, Walker Engineering Laboratories, University College, Liverpool, 200
  • Exhibition, The Chicago, 40, 76, 83, 84, 85, 86, 126, 130, 226, 227, 298, 303, 324, 325, 331, 333, 359, 386, 396, 401, 417, 441, 446, 483, 532
  • Exhibition, The Crystal Palace Cycle, 417
  • Exhibition, Electrical, Crystal Palace, 131, 186, 220, 542
  • Exhibition, The Frankfort International Electric, 115, 155, 175, 228, 248, 249, 273 291, 337, 342
  • Exhibition, The Naval (see Royal Naval Exhibition)
  • Exhibition, The Palermo National, 364
  • Exhibition (1851), Science Scholarships, 53
  • Exhibition, Proposed South African, 354
  • Explosion on Board the “Cordelia,”The, 280
  • Explosion, Locomotive Boiler, 344
  • Explosives in Belgium, 12
  • Explosives in Vacuum, Apparatus for Drying, 447
  • Exporters, A Hint to, 301
  • Extension of British Trade with Morocco, 13
  • FACTORIES, Chief Inspector of, Mr. F. H. Whymper, 239
  • Failure of the Railway Bridge at Moenchenstein, 455, 474
  • Fairfield Company, The, Twin-screw Engines, s.s. “Tynwald ” (Supplement, September 11th), 172, 176, 177, 211
  • Fairholme, Captain Charles, 323
  • Fall of Cliff at Black Rock, 94
  • Fall of a Tunnel in Italy, 286
  • Fan Driven by Motor, General Electrical Power and Traction Company, 136
  • Faraday Centenary, The, 5
  • Fast Atlantic Trips, 237, 242
  • Fast Mail Service, 237
  • Fast Railway Speeds, 520
  • Fast Trains, Two, 423
  • Fast Railway Travelling, 317
  • Fastest Average Time Across the Atlantic, 8
  • Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Messrs., Cyclone Hydraulic Baling Presses, 191
  • Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Messrs., Engine and Pumps for Working Cyclone Hydraulic Baling Presses, 253, 256
  • Fawcett, Preston, and Co., Messrs., New Hydraulic Packing Presses, 259
  • Feed-water Heaters and Feed Make-up Apparatus, 97, 98
  • Feed-water with Live Steam, Heating, 11
  • Ferry Steamer, Liverpool, 345
  • Filey, New Sea Wall and Promenade at, 544
  • Filtering Sewage in Massachusetts, 146
  • Fire Engine, Steam, for Upper Burmah, Messrs. Shand, Mason, and Co., 76
  • Fire Engine for Sydney, Steam, 302
  • Fire Engines in Belgium, English Steam, 188
  • Fire Escape, A Tall, 74
  • Fires in Coal Bunkers, Professor V. B. Lewes on, 163
  • Firewood Splitting Machines? 49
  • Firing Shells at High Angles, 226
  • FitzGerald, Professor M., on a Thermo-electric Method of Studying Cylinder Condensation, 312
  • Floating Dock, Hamburg, Off - shore, Messrs. Clark and Standfield, 536, 544
  • Floating Steam Crane, 120-Ton, Messrs. G. An- saldo and Sampierdarena, 109, 112
  • Flying Machine, The Maxim, 46
  • Fly-wheel Arms, Stresses in, 15
  • Force and Motion, 14, 25, 54, 90, 131, 151, 192, 209, 241, 250, 296, 317, 367, 377, 398, 419, 440, 465, 486, 520, 535
  • Foreign and British Ships, 135
  • Foreign Capital in Russian Industry, 280
  • Foreign Contract, 272
  • Forging Press, Allan’s New Form of Hydraulic, 290, 377
  • Forward Gas Engine, with Lanchester’s Self-starting Gear, 148
  • Foundry Moulding Machines? 363
  • Fowler’s Pipe and Rail-bending Machine, 303
  • France, Electrical Tramway Propulsion in, 322
  • France and Great Britain, Armour Plating in, 186
  • France, Railway Accidents in, 358
  • France, The Reduction of Railway Rates in, 154
  • France, Strikes and Arbitration in, 456
  • Frankfort Electrical Exhibition, 115, 155, 175, 228, 248, 249, 291
  • Frankfort-on-the-Main, Electro-Technical Congress in, 115, 155
  • Frasse Lathe and Planer Tool, The, 211
  • Free Ferry Across the Irish Sea, 367
  • French and British Warships, Armour Plating on, 186
  • French Engineers Abroad, 197
  • French and English Systems of Sewerage, 126
  • French Fleet, The, 173, 193
  • French Fleet at Portsmouth, The, 146, 149, 168, 169, 193
  • French Railways, Progress of, 484
  • Fruit Drying Machinery ? 215
  • Fuel Gas, 183
  • Fulton, Mr. D., On Deakin’s Improved Governor and Valve Arrangement, 467
  • Furnace, Greaves’ Smoke-Preventing, 344
  • Furnace, Morison’s Suspension, 33
  • Furnaces, Corrugated, 78
  • Furnaces, The Dowlais-Cardiff, 396, 404
  • GALATZ, Tenders for a Tramway in, 407
  • Galbraith, Mr. W. R., Road Bridge, Shawford Line, Did cot, Newbury, and Southampton Railway, 533
  • Galbraith, Mr. W. R., The Twyford Viaduct, Didcot, Newbury, and Southampton Railway, 518, 534
  • Gale, Hill, and Mansergh, Messrs., Report to the Edinburgh Water Trust, 46
  • Gale’s Chains and Pulleys ? 515
  • Galvanising Process, A New, 199
  • Galway, Mr., 323
  • Ganz and Co., Messrs., Turbines at Assling in Carinthia (Supplement, December 1st, 1891), 464
  • Gas Companies and Gas Engines, 73
  • Gas Engine, Atkinson’s Air Compressor and Cycle, 5
  • Gas Engine, The Forward, with Lanchester’s Self-starting Gear, 148
  • Gas Engine, Mr. J. Harvey on the, 425
  • Gas Engine, The Trusty, Messrs. Weyman and Co., 283
  • Gas Engines Running without Attendance, 90
  • Gas-fired Boilers, 533
  • Gas, Fuel,. 183
  • Gas Lighting, Incandescent, 538
  • Gas, The Lighting Power and Price of, 174
  • Gas Manufacture in the North, 196
  • Gas Producer Patents, 258
  • Gateshead Accident, The, 183
  • Gawthrope, Mr. C. J., Centrifugal Pumps and Turbines, 522
  • General Electric Power and Traction Company’s Exhibits at the Royal Naval Exhibition, 136
  • Genesis of Ore Deposits, The, 261
  • German Ironclad, A New, 76
  • German Municipalities, Electric Lighting and, 196
  • German Patent Law, 377
  • German Patent Law, Modification of the, 358
  • Germany, Statistics of Lightning in, 399
  • Gibbons and Robinson, Messrs., Momentum Springs of Thrashing Machine, 21
  • Gill, Mr. H., Sale of Water by Measure in Berlin, 520
  • Glamorganshire Canal, Swing Bridge Over the, 105, 106, 107
  • Glasgow Bridge, 456
  • Glasgow Corporation Waterworks, 294
  • Glenfield Co., The, Water Pressure Pumping Engines, 48, 52
  • Gordon, Mr. Joseph, Stained Glass Window in Memory of, 87
  • Governor, Nordberg’s Automatic Cut-off, 229
  • Governor, Turbine, Mr. C. L. Hett, 179
  • Grain Elevators ? 71
  • Grantham, Mr. R. B., 483
  • Gravity, An Unconsidered Aspect of, 196
  • Grazi-Tzaritsin Railway, S. E. Russia, Eight-wheel Coupled Locomotives, Mr. Thos. Urquhart, 194, 197, 211, 214
  • “Great Britain,” The s.s., 168
  • “Great Eastern,” The Last Days of the, 356, 357, 360, 361
  • Great Northern Railway, Express Passenger Locomotive (Supplement, November 6th, 1891), 387
  • Great Western Railway, The, 367
  • Greaves’ Smoke-preventing Furnace, 344
  • Greenhill, Mr. A. G., The Mechanics of Sea-sickness, 163
  • Grinding Machine ? 461
  • Grindstones? 363
  • Guest, Mr. Josiah, Gun Barrel Rolling Mill, 190
  • Guildford Sewage Scheme, 229
  • Gun Barrel Rolling Mill, Mr. Josiah Guest, 190
  • Gun, Bursting of a, on Board the Cordelia, 29
  • Gun, Canet Quick-fire, for the Russian Government, 477
  • Gun Explosion, The Cordelia’s, 266
  • Gun, A New Quick-firing, 517
  • Gunboat with Water-tube Boiler, High-speed, 476
  • Guns, Accidents to English and French, 423
  • Guns, The Cost of American Smooth-bore Cast Iron, 30
  • Guns, Maxim on Erosion in Large, 207
  • Guns, Our Monster, 481
  • HALL, Prof. E. H., Method of Measuring the Temperature of Cylinder Walls, 312
  • “Hamburg,” Off-Shore Floating Dock, 536, 544
  • Hammer, The Bethlehem Steam, 62
  • Hammer, Chenot’s Pneumatic Power, 283
  • Handyside and Co., Messrs., Swing Bridge over the Glamorganshire Canal, 105, 106, 107
  • Harbour Board at Malmo, Prizes Offered by the, 259
  • Harbours and Waterways, 24, 117, 188, 460
  • Harbours and Waterworks, 354
  • Hard Armour and English Manufacturers, 133
  • Harfield’s Compensating Steering Gear, 542
  • Harvey, Mr. J., On the Gas Engine, 425
  • Haulage Plant, Abercanaid Colliery, 199
  • Hauling Engine, Electrical, 199
  • Hastings Cliff Tramway, The, 74, 75
  • Heater, Exhaust Feed, 97
  • Heating Feed-water with Live Steam, 11
  • Heavy Bloom Shearing Machine, Newburn Steel Works, 272, 277
  • Hele-Shaw, Professor H. S., Experimental Marine Engine, Engineering Laboratories, University College, Liverpool, 200
  • Hemp and Wire Rope Testing Machine ? 113
  • Hemsworth Union Water Supply, 376
  • H.M. Double-turret Battleship “Thunderer,” 514, 519
  • H.M.S. “Apollo,” 351
  • H.M.S. “Blake,” 424
  • H.M.S. “Cordelia,” Bursting of a Gun on Board, 29
  • H.M.S. “Nelson,” 435, 442
  • Heroism in the Mine, 51
  • Heroism in the Pit Shaft, 301
  • Hett, Mr. Charles L., Impact Wheel Motor, 53
  • Hett, Mr. C. L , Turbine Governor, 179
  • Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., Messrs., 1000-Horse Power Triple-expansion Mill Engines, 88, 92, 109
  • High-pressure Compressing Pump, Royal Institution, Professor Dewar, 107
  • High-pressure Lancashire Boilers, 441
  • High Railway Speeds, 321, 341
  • High-speed Gunboat with Water-tube Boiler, 476
  • High Tides, 345
  • Hilton, Mr., Presentation to, 309
  • Hobbs, Hart, and Co., Messrs., Strong Room and Safes for Spain, 282
  • Hoerde Mixing and Desulphurising Plant, The, 290
  • Hold Handy Ladder, Captain Anderson’s, 238
  • Holden, Captain H. C. L., on the Measurement of the Velocity of Projectiles, 289
  • Holrich’s Ladle Stopper, 22
  • Holzapfel, Mr. A. C., Patent Method of Shipbuilding by Hydraulic Machinery, Launch of the Alpha, 416
  • Home Industries, Success of, 240
  • Hornsby-Akroyd Petroleum Engine, The, 260, 261
  • Horse-power, Electrical, 153
  • Horse-power of Locomotives, 398
  • Horseshoe Stamping Machines ? 405
  • Hot Shears, Wicksteed’s, 272, 277
  • How to become an Engineer, 16, 25, 55, 90, 209
  • Huddersfield, New Sewage Works for, 197
  • Huggins, .Dr., on Spectroscopic Astronomy, at the British Association, 155
  • Hudson River Tunnel, The, 205
  • Hyatt, Mr. H., Testing and Manufacture of Portland Cement, 489
  • Hydraulic Baling Presses, Cyclone, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., 191
  • Hydraulic Forging Press, Allan’s, 290, 377
  • Hydraulic Monitors, 217
  • Hydraulic Packing Presses, New, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co , 259
  • Hydraulic Safety Railway Signal Working, 87
  • Hydraulic Winding Engine, Mr. Arthur Rigg, 324
  • Hygiene and Demography, International Con¬gress of, 55, 118, 125, 160
  • Hygiene Principles for the Extension and Internal Improvement of Towns, 126
  • “IBEX,” The s.s., 242
  • Idle Steamships, 154
  • Illinois, Machine Mining in, 30
  • Illumination of Photographic Developing Rooms, The, 139
  • Impact Wheel Motor, Pelton Type, 53
  • Improvements in Lathes, 150
  • Incandescent Gas Lighting, 538
  • India, Promotion in the Public Works Department of, 482
  • Indian Engineer, The, 445, 465
  • Indian Head Armour Trials of Plates Manufactured in the United States, 416, 478, 482
  • Indian Railway Accident, An, 192
  • Influence of Soil on a Sewage Filter Bed, The, 146
  • Ingersoll-Sergeant Bar Channeller, 476
  • Initial Condensation in Steam Cylinders, Mr. W. H. Northcott on the Cause and Action of, 478
  • Inspection Saloon, Six-wheeled, South-Eastern Railway, Mr. W. Wainwright, 132, 152, 155
  • Institute of Engineers of Japan, The 73
  • INSTITUTE, THE IKON AND STEEL:—
  • - Autumn Meeting and Programme, 160, 261
  • - Constitution of the Royal Ordnance Factories, Mr. Wm. Anderson on the, 292
  • - Elimination of Sulphur from Pig Iron, Mr. Massenez, on the, 290
  • - Manufacture of Continuous Sheets Direct from Fluid Metal, Sir H. Bessemer on the, 289
  • - Measurement of the Velocity of Projectiles, Capt. H. C. L. Holden on the, 289
  • - Metallurgic Department in the Sheffield Technical School, Mr. B. H. Thwaite on the, 291
  • - Phenomenon in the Fusion of Mild Steel, Mr. F. J. R. Carulla on an Undescribed, 290
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS:—
  • - Arrangements for the Current Session, 188
  • - Cause and Action of Initial Condensation in Steam Cylinders, Mr. W. H. Northcott, 478
  • - History of the Newhaven and Dieppe Channel Service, Mr. Buckwell, 418
  • - Stability and the Motion of a Vessel aacir Waves, Mr. J. A. Rowe, 329, 368
  • - Steam Engine Efficiency, Mr. James Weir, 239 275
  • INSTITUTION, THE BIRKBECK LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC :—
  • - Wednesday Evening Lectures, 266
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, THE:—
  • - Inaugural Address by the President, Mr. George Berkley, 402
  • - Influence of Sea Water on Portland Cement, Mortar, and Concrete, Mr. William Smith, 419
  • - Inspection of Portland Cement for Public Works, Mr. A. E. Carey, 419
  • - Portland Cement, Its Manufacture, Use, and Testing, Mr. H. K. Bamber, 419
  • - Sale of Water by Measure in Berlin, Mr. Henrv Gill, 520
  • - Subjects for Papers, Session 1891-92, 339
  • - Testing and Manufacture of Portland Cement, Mr. H. Hyatt, 489
  • - Visit to Blyth Harbour, 140
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS:—
  • - Electricity in Relation to Science, ProfessorWm. Crookes’ Remarks in Connection with the Toast of the Evening, 419
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE HULL AND DISTRICT, 530
  • - Some Recent Admiralty Machinery Contracts and Trials, Mr. W. B. Dixon, 530
  • - The Wear and Tear of Small Vertical Boilers, Mr. W. Wyllie, 445
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, THE :—
  • - The s.s. “Great Britain,” Mr. Alexander Kidd, 168
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, THE NORTH-EAST COAST, 305, 473
  • - Engines for Ships of War, Mr. J. Jennings Campbell, 443, 485
  • - Propulsion of Paddle Steamers, Mr. J. King, 473
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, 385. 398, 418, 485
  • - Experimental Marine Engine in the Walker Engineering Laboratories, University College, Liverpool, Professor H. S. Hele-Shaw, on the, 200
  • - Programme of Proceedings, Summer Meeting, 62
  • - Report to the Alloys Research Committee, Professor R. Austin, 385
  • - Review of Marine Engineering during the Past Decade, Mr. A. Blechynden, 95, 98, 108
  • - Some Details in the Construction of Modern Lancashire Boilers, 385
  • - Visit to Lake Vyrnwy, 96
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS, THE FEDERATED:
  • - Programme of General Meeting in September, 1891, 239
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE, 8
  • - Address of the President, Lord Ravensworth, 65
  • - Alterations in the Types and Proportions of Mercantile Vessels, Mr. B. Martell, 83
  • - Award of the Gold Medal to Professor Lewes, 65
  • - Progress of Marine Engineering in the Mercantile Marine, Mr. Seaton, 84
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, THE,
  • - Ships of War, Discussion on Sir N. Barnaby’s Paper, 83
  • - Ships of War, Sir N. Barnaby, 65
  • - Visit to Chatham Dockyard, 63, 64
  • - Warships, Mr. A. J. Durston, 84
  • INSTITUTION, THE ROYAL NATIONAL. LIFEBOAT, 126,151
  • INSTITUTION, UNITED SERVICE :
  • - Supremacy of the Navy for Imperial Defence, The, Lieutenant-General Sir Wm. Jervois, 6
  • Intermediate Expansion, 516
  • INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF HYGIENE AND DEMOGRAPHY, 55, 125, 160
  • - French and English Systems of Sewerage, Mr. J. Lemon, 126
  • - Opening Address of the President, Sir John Coode, on the Progress of Legislation with Respect to Sanitary Matters, 125
  • - Hygiene Principles for the Extension and Internal Improvement of Towns, Herr F. Stubben, 126
  • - Removal of Sewage after Leaving Buildings, Mr. R. E. Middleton, 126
  • - Sanitation in India, Mr. B. Latham, 126
  • - Sanitation of a Mining Settlement, Mr. A. Mault, 126
  • - Sewage Disposal in Relation to Water Supply and River Pollution, Professor H. Robinson, 125
  • - Steam Heating for Towns, Mr. S. M. Burroughs, 126
  • - Town Drainage in Italy, Professor Pachiotti, 125
  • International Electrical Congress, The, 237
  • Irish Sea, A Free Ferry Across the, 367
  • Iron and Coal Trades, American, 385
  • Iron, Coal, and General Trades of Birmingham, Wolverhampton, and other Districts, 17, 34, 56, 78, 100, 118, 140,159, 180, 202, 220, 242, 264, 284, 306, 326, 348, 368, 390, 410, 428, 448, 467, 486, 522, 544
  • Iron Corrosion, Ammonia and, 118
  • Iron and Engineering Trade and Coal Prices, 216
  • Iron Gates of the Danube, The, 139
  • Iron Ore Imports, 209
  • Iron Ore Output and Cost, 364
  • Iron and Steel, A New Process for Protecting, 434
  • Iron and Steel Industry in China, 385
  • Iron and Steel Testing, Mr. E. C. R. Marks on, 419
  • Iron and Steel Trades, Prices and Wages in the North of England Finished, 259
  • Iron Trade Statistics, The American, 134
  • Ironclad, A New German, 76
  • “Ironmasters’ District” in Middlesbrough, Rating of the, 216
  • Irrigation in Egypt, 466
  • Irrigation Tanks, The Sluices of, 93
  • Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, The, Twin- screw Steamer “Tynwald,” 172, 176,177
  • Ivory, Artificial, 311, 367
  • JAFFA Jerusalem Railway, The, 117
  • Japan, British Trade with, 516
  • Japan, Dangerous Condition of Railways in, 482
  • Japan, Trade and Finance of, Railway Plant, 161
  • Japanese Earthquake Fund, 418
  • Jervois, Lieut-General Sir Wm., on the Supremacy of the Navy for Imperial Defence, 6
  • Jet Propulsion, Mr. C. Everett’s, jun,, Experi¬ments with, 178
  • Jetties, The Waterway between, 402, 440
  • Joel and Co., Messrs. H. F., Slow-speed Engine Dynamo, 179
  • Johnson’s “Drum ” Rotary Pump, 13
  • Johnson’s Patent Rotary Piston Drum Pump, 544
  • Johnson, Professor, Tests of Strength of American Woods, 232
  • Joiners’ Strike, The, 216, 242
  • Jones and Son, Messrs. John, Compound Engines, “Minho” (Supplement, August 21st, 1891), 153, 156
  • Jones and Sons, Messrs. J., Liverpool Ferry Steamer, 345
  • Joy's Valve Gear, Engines of the s.s. “Violet,” 109
  • KALBERT’S Steam Trap ? 71
  • Kapp, Mr. G., Electric Light Installation, Ashton Court, 480, 484
  • Kennet and Avon Canal, The, 528
  • Kimble Engine, The, 281
  • King, Mr. J. C., Torsion in Carriages, 180
  • Kington (Herefordshire) Drainage, 323
  • Kirkaldy and District and Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway Bills, 12, 103
  • Kirkaldy, Messrs. John, Feed-water Heaters and Feed Make-up Apparatus, 97, 98
  • Kneass, Strickland L., Experiments upon the Velocity of, 329
  • Korting and Ash well and Co., Messrs., Heating and Ventilating Plant for Claybury Asylum, 165, 193
  • Krupp Gun, Bursting of a, 322, 368
  • Kuhn and Co., Messrs. G., Triple-expansion Engine, 249
  • LABOUR Commission, Hints for the, 77
  • Ladder, “Hold-Handy,” Captain Anderson’s, 238
  • Ladle Stopper, Holdich’s, 22
  • Laird Bros., Messrs., Main and Auxiliary Engines of the s.s. “Violet” (Supplement. August 7th, 1891), 109
  • Laird Bros., Messrs., s.s. “Ibex,” 242
  • Lamps on a 40,000-volt Circuit, The, Frankfort Exhibition, 342
  • Lancashire Boiler, Blake’s Improved, 544
  • Lancashire Boilers, High-pressure, 441
  • “Lancastrian,” The s.s., 357
  • Lanchester’s Self-starting Gear, The Forward Gas Engine with, 148
  • Land for Railways, Purchase of, 145
  • Lantern for General Scientific Purposes, 541
  • Lart, Mr. F. A., Automatic Brakes, 476
  • Lartigue Single Rail Railway, The, 170
  • Latchford Locks, 435, 439
  • Latham, Mr. B., Sanitation in India, 126
  • Lathe and Planer Tool, The Frasse, 211
  • Lathes, Improvements in, 150
  • Lauffen - Frankfort Electric Plant, Tests and Success of the, 342
  • Lauffen-Frankfort Installation, The, 273, 291
  • Lauffen-Frankfort Power Transmission, The, 291, 337, 342
  • Launch of the Ironclad “Sicilia,” 25
  • Launch, Petroleum, 218, 240, 241
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 16, 25, 34, 56, 81, 100, 140, 160, 179, 222, 264, 286, 308, 348, 368, 392, 410, 430, 450, 469, 489, 525, 547
  • Lawford, Mr. G. M., on the Drainage of Town Houses, 520
  • Lea, Mr. Carey, Allotropic Silver, 237
  • Lead-coated Zinc, 416
  • Lead Plate of Benardos’ Cell, 529
  • LEADERS:
  • - Accident to English and French Guns, 423
  • - Activity in Sailing Ship Construction, 483
  • - American Armour Plate Trials, 482
  • - American Coal Cost and Wages, 322
  • - American Iron and Coal Trades, The, 385
  • - American Iron Trade Statistics, 134
  • - American Railway Working, 444
  • - American Whalebacks, The, 113
  • - Armour Contracts from the East, 154
  • - Artillery of the Future, The, 154
  • - British Coal in 1891, 538
  • - British Steel Smelters’ Association, The, 73
  • - British Trade with Japan, 516
  • - Bursting of a Gun on Board H.M. S. “Cordelia,” 29
  • - Caledonian Railway Extensions, The, 12
  • - Canalisation of the Moselle, 445
  • - Captain Shaw’s Retirement, 11
  • - Carriage of Timber by Narrow-gauge Railways, The, 174
  • - Century-Old Ships, 301
  • - Cheaper Coal and Engineering, 301
  • - Cliffs Between Brighton and Rottingdean, The, 461
  • - Clyde Shipbuilding, 197
  • - Coal Discovery, The, 114
  • - Coal Raised from Deep Mines, 175
  • - Coal Resources, Our, 173
  • - Compound Marine Engines, 153
  • - Condensation of Steam, The, 462
  • - Cost of Coal, The, 482
  • - Course of Trade, The, 30
  • - Creosote Specifications, 257
  • - Current Fallacies concerning Portland Cement, 515
  • - Dangerous Condition of Railways in Japan, 482
  • - Director of the Royal Dockyards, The, 384
  • - Discovery of Coal in Ceylon, The, 114
  • - Dissolution of the National Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, 72
  • - Dore and Chinley Railway, The, 517
  • - Edison on Electrical Traction, Mr., 406
  • - Eight Hours’ Bill, The, 463
  • - Eight Hours* Day in Sunderland, The, 517
  • - Eight Hours’ Movement, The, 481
  • - Electric Lighting and German Municipalities, 196
  • - Electric Lighting for Oxford, 424
  • - Electrical Horse-power, 153
  • - Electrical Railways, 363
  • - Electrical Transmission of Power Abroad, 134
  • - Employer’s Advocacy of Trades Unionism, An, 322
  • - Engineer-in-Chief of the United States Navy, The, 385
  • - Engineering Colleges, 363
  • - Engineering Societies, 424, 443
  • - Engineers for the Navy, 29, 195, 215
  • - English and American Locomotives, 72
  • - Exhaust Pipes of Locomotives, The, 133
  • - Experiments with Compound Armour, 321
  • - Explosion on Board the “Cordelia,” The, 280
  • - Explosives in Belgium, 12
  • - Fall of Cliff at Black Rock, The, 94
  • - Fast Mail Service, 237
  • - Fast Trains, The, 423
  • - Final Improvement of the Steam Engine, The, 300
  • - Foreign and British Ships, 135
  • - Foreign Capital in Russian Industry, 280
  • - Frankfort Electrical Exhibition, The, 175
  • - French Engineers Abroad, 197
  • - French Fleet, The, 173
  • - Gas Companies and Gas Engines, 73
  • - Gas Manufacture in the North, 196
  • - Gas Producer Patents, 258
  • - Hard Armour and English Manufacturers, 133
  • - Heating Feed-water with Live Steam, 11
  • - Heroism in the Pit Shaft, 301
  • - High Railway Speeds, 321, 341
  • - Hint to Explorers, A, 301
  • - Idle Steamships, 154
  • - Incandescent Gas Lighting, 538
  • - Intermediate Expansion, 516
  • - Is there to be another Great Coal Strike, 114
  • - Institute of Engineers of Japan, The, 73
  • - International Electrical Congress, The, 237
  • - Iron and Engineering Trade and Coal Prices, 216
  • - Iron Ore Output and Cost, 364
  • - Iron and Steel Industry in China, The, 385
  • - Joiners’ Strike, The, 216
  • - Lamps on a 40,000-volt Circuit, the Frankfort Exhibition, 342
  • - Lighting Power and Price of Gas, The, 174
  • - Locomotive Valve Gear, 384
  • - London County Council and the Water Supply, 341
  • - London Electric Supply Corporation, The, 445
  • - London Water Question, Progress of the, 406
  • - Machine Mining in Illinois, 30
  • - Machine Rivetting of Ship Hulls, 342
  • - Madras Harbour, 134
  • - Magnesia in Portland Cement, 279
  • - Manchester Ship Canal, The, 483
  • - Marine Boilers, 257
  • - Marine Engines in the Navy, 443
  • - Mersey Docks and Harbour Board Estate, The, 301
  • - Methods of Colliers, 71
  • - Miners and the Eight Hours, The, 342
  • - Miners’ Eyesight, 73
  • - Modern Military Appliances, 300
  • - Modern Shell Fire, 113
  • - Narrow Gauge Railways in France, 280
  • - New British Second-class Cruisers, 322
  • - New Quick-firing Gun, A, 517
  • - Normal Sand for Cement Testing, 195
  • - Northern Shipbuilding, 237
  • - Opening of a New Coalfield in Derbyshire 280
  • - Our Monster Guns, 481
  • - Overtime on the Tyne, 383
  • LEADERS:
  • - Paisley Harbour and River Cart Improvements, 407
  • - Palermo National Exhibition, The, 364
  • - Panama Canal, The, 175
  • - Plucky Court Martial, The, 461
  • - Perils of the Pit, The, 259
  • - Pollution of the Seine, The, 364
  • - Praetieal Expansion Curves, 258
  • - Price of Coal, The, 237
  • - Prices and Wages in the North of England Finished Iron and Steel Trades, 259
  • - Professor’s Lament, A, 279
  • - Profits of Coal-Getting, The, 196
  • - Progress of the London Water Question, 406
  • - Promotion in the Public Works Department of India, 482
  • - Public Sewers and their Sanitation, 385
  • - Public Works Department of India and High and Low Stations, 175
  • - Public Works in Paris, 445
  • - Raft Ships, 301
  • - Railway Extension in South Africa, 95
  • - Railway Half-year, The, 30
  • - Rating of the “Ironmaster’s ’ District in Middlesbrough, 215
  • - Reduction of Railway Rates in France, The, 154
  • - Regenerative System of Boiler Heating, A, 72
  • - Remarkable Performance, A, 424
  • - Removable Boiler Coverings, 385
  • - Report of the Bulkheads Committee, 299
  • - Resources, Our Coal, 173
  • - Sewage, The Disposal of, 94
  • - Siemens Steel Manufacture, The, 258
  • - Sir Eyre M. Shaw’s Farewell, 385
  • - Sir Nathaniel Barnaby on Recent Progress in Warships, 93
  • - Sluices of Irrigation Tanks, The, 93
  • - Smoke and Fog, 538
  • - Snyder Dynamite Projectile, The, 301
  • - Steel for Cycles, 462
  • - Steel in Marine Engine Work, 236
  • - Strike on the Wear, The, 405
  • - Technical Education, 71
  • - Tenders for a Tramway in Galatz, 407
  • - Tin Plate Manufacture in America, The, 155
  • - Trade of the Country, The, 217
  • - Trade and Labour Outlook in the Engineering Trades, 114
  • - Trades Union Congress, The, 235
  • - Tunnel at Blackwall, the Proposed, 405
  • - Twelve Months of the McKinley Tariff, 322
  • - Unconsidered Aspect of Gravity, An, 196
  • - Underground Electric Railway for Berlin, 483
  • - Unionism, The New, 407
  • - Use of Electro-motors, The, 135
  • - Value of Machinery in the Preparation of Tea, 134
  • - Value of Patents, The, 537
  • - Vyrnwy Aqueduct under the Mersey, The, 444
  • - Vyrnwy Tunnel under the Mersey, 174
  • - Vyrnwy Water Supply to Liverpool, The, 73
  • - Vyrnwy Waterworks, Arbitration as to the Tunnel under the Mersey, 94
  • - Water Supply of Bombay, The, 73
  • - Water-tube Boilers in the United States Navy, 215
  • - White Star Record Runs, 154
  • - Working of the Railways, The, 235
  • - Working Time of Collieries, The, 342
  • - Yorkshire Miners’ Association, 12
  • Leeds Steel Works? 49
  • LEGAL INTELLIGENCE :
  • - In the Matter of an Arbitration between the Rio de Janeiro Flour Mills and Granaries and De Morgan, Snell, and Co., 466
  • - Rogers v. James, 448
  • - The Wenham Company v. the Crampton and Lamp Company, 402
  • - Wilson v. Pearson and the Union Oil Mills, Limited, 426
  • Lemon, Mr. Jas., French and English Systems of Sewerage, 126
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :
  • - Abyssinian Pump Wells in Hard Ground? Abyssinian, 279
  • - Action of Wind on Sails, The, Yot, 151
  • - Air Compressors at Hampton Wick, Jas. Atkinson, 78
  • - Air Compressors at Hampton Wick, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 25
  • - Air Compressors at Hampton Wick, W. J. Jenkins, 90
  • - Air Compressors at Hampton Wick, One Who Knows, 55
  • - Air Compressors at Hampton Wick, Shone and Ault, 55
  • - Allan’s Forging Press, M.I. and S. Inst., 367
  • - Allan’s Hydraulic Press, Engineer, 377
  • - Ammonia and Iron Corrosion, T. B. Lightfoot, 118
  • - Apparatus for Refining Oils ? J. C., 235
  • - Arrested Tides, J. M., 151
  • - Artificial Ivory, Chas. P. Merriam, 367
  • - Artillery of the Future, The, Christopher J. Little, 241
  • - Artillery of the Future, The, J. Longridge, 170
  • - Asbestos Removable Boiler Covering, Wittv and Wyatt, 418
  • - Audley Waterworks, The, Stephen Harding Terry, 77
  • - Austria Propellers ? W. E. T., 461
  • - Behaviour of Steam in the Cylinder, The, Zero 250
  • - Blacksmithing ? St. Pancras, 515
  • - Blue Polishing Machine, L. O., 195
  • - Boiler House Economy, A. J. B., 317
  • - Boiler House Economy, Geo. S. Howatson, 377
  • - Boiler House Economy, Gilbert Little, 297
  • - Boiler Tube Compound? W. N., 321
  • - Boiling Down Plant? G. E. A., 49
  • - Burrell’s Traction Engine. J. and H. McLaren, 242
  • - Cab Fare Recorder, A, Thomas Richmond and Co., 150
  • - Canadian Railways, George S. Cumine 131
  • - Carriage of Timber on Narrow Gauge Railways J. Evelyn Liardet, 193
  • - Carrying Timbers on Narrow Gauge Lines, T. T., 209
  • - Castings for Weighing Scales? R. J., 515
  • - Cement Testing, An Engineer, 15
  • - Cement Testing, Peter, 15
  • - Centre of Gravity of Locomotives? The, Flyer, 443
  • - Claybury Asyium, The, F. Ashwell and Co., 193
  • - Coal Analysis, The Writer of the Article, 29
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):—
  • - Coast Communication, J. Lawrence Hamilton, 441
  • - Coffee Roasting Machine? H. J., 341
  • - Compound Armour, John Brown and Company, Limited, 398
  • - Compound Locomotives, F. Grover, 376
  • - Compound Locomotives, Loco., 367
  • - Compound Locomotives, John Riekie, 334
  • - Compound Locomotives, P. C. R., 367, 398
  • - Concentration of Rock Hematites, The, W. J. May, 77
  • - Condensation in Steam Cylinder Jackets, Otto Pohl, 78
  • - Condensation in Steam Cylinders, Harry M. Waynforth, 520
  • - “Cordelia” Catastrophe, The, An Engineer Who Knows Iron and Guns, 55
  • - Corrosion of Water Gauges? Vitrex, 154
  • - Corrugated Furnaces, The Leeds Forge Co., Limited, 78
  • - Curious Diagram, A, John Ruslin, 151
  • - Curiosity, A, X., 465
  • - Curiosity in Furnace Draught, A, 486
  • - Cylinder Condensation, Geo. Adams, 25
  • - Cylinder Walls of Steam Engines, Bryan Donkin, jun., 15
  • - Decimal Weights and Measures, T. A., 15
  • - Disposal of Sewage, The, Crawford Barlow, 118
  • - Drain Gauging Machine? W. B., 279
  • - Draught of Vehicles, J. H. Brigg, 440, 486, 535
  • - Draught of Vehicles, Dennis Coyle, 440
  • - Draught of Vehicles, The, J., 376, 465
  • - Draught of Vehicles, The, Wm. Philipson, 367, 376, 486
  • - Drying Crystals? J. T., 113
  • - Drying Machines ? Omega, 257
  • - Dynamometer for Measuring Horse Draught? D. S., 11
  • - Dynamometer for Measuring Horse Draught, Trip Gear, 29
  • - Education of Engineers, The, C. W. K., 150
  • - Electric Welding of Small Articles ? Subscriber, 49
  • - Electrical Laundries, Manlove, Alliott and Co., Ld., 170
  • - Elephant Stamps ? G. N., 481
  • - Emigration Fields for Engineers? A. H. O., 153
  • - Engine Mileage, Draw Bar, 274
  • - Engine Mileage, Chas. Dickens, 241
  • - Engineering Colleges, Pater, 377
  • - Engineers in the Navy, Another Engineer, 208 250
  • - Engineers in the Navy, Tommy Dodd, 208
  • - Engineers in the Navy, Engineer, R.N., 170
  • - Engineers in the Navy, C. P., 274
  • - Engineers in the Navy, Junk Ring, 296
  • - Engineers in the Navy, R. N., 317
  • - Engineers’ Photographs, W. H. Harrison, 368
  • - Engineers’ Photographs, Marshfield and Co., 377
  • - Engines for Ships of War, J. Jennings Campbell, 485, 520
  • - Engines for Ships of War, E. A. Cowper, 485
  • - Essay on Driving and Elevator Bands, W. Will- son Cobbett, 90
  • - Ether, The, A. J., 367
  • - Ether, The—A Plough Idea of Sir John Herschel’s Modernised, S. Tolver Preston, 535
  • - Exhausting by Steam, An Ignoramus, 465
  • - Failure of a Krupp Gun, C. W. Wished, 368
  • - Fast Railway Speeds, Angus Sinclair, 520
  • - Fast Railway Travelling, A. W. G., 317
  • - Fireless Locomotive? The, W. B. W., 133
  • - Fireless Locomotives, H. A. Miles, 173
  • - Firewood-splitting Machines? E. B., 49
  • - Force and Motion, E. T. Beard, 465
  • - Force and Motion, Wilfred C. Cox, 377, 440, 486, 535
  • - Force and Motion, A Crammer, 14, 55, 131, 141, 151, 209, 250, 334, 418, 486, 535
  • - Force and Motion, Maurice F. FitzGerald, 25, 90, 192, 241, 296, 367, 398, 465, 520
  • - Force and Motion, Robert Gill, 14, 296
  • - Force and Motion, Henry Lea, 317, 377
  • - Force and Motion 1 W. Munro, 11, 54
  • - Force and Motion, Nemo, 14
  • - Force and Motion, Outsider, 486
  • - Force and Motion, E. W. D. W., 367
  • - Force and Motion, H. Wake, 465
  • - Foundry Moulding Machines ? Ironfounder, 363
  • - Free Ferry Across the Irish Sea, A, Arthur A. Cochrane, 367
  • - French and English Warships, G. W. C., 193
  • - Fruit-drying Machinery ? Gracias, 215
  • - Gall’s Chains and Pulleys? W. S., 515
  • - Gas Engines Running without Attendance, J. E. Weyman, 90
  • - German Patent Law, Jensen and Son, 377
  • - Grain Elevators ? W. J. F. and Co., 71
  • - Greater Britain, The, An Englishman, 534
  • - Grinding Machine ? E. E. R. T., 461
  • - Grindstones? T. G. B., 363
  • - Heating Baths, Aquarius, 537
  • - Hemp and Wire Rope Testing Machine ’ W. J and H., 113
  • - High-pressure Lancashire Boilers, A. E. A. Edwards, 441
  • - Hints for the Labour Commission, An Observer, 77
  • - Horse-power of Locomotives, The, R. H., 398
  • - Horseshoe Stamping Machines ? B. and S. 405
  • - Hot Water Boilers ? C. H. G., 153
  • - How to become an Engineer, Fixt, 16
  • - How to become an Engineer, P. K. 55
  • - How to become an Engineer, G. H. Ransome, 90
  • - How to become an Engineer, T. P. R. 25
  • - How to become an Engineer, W. Sheffield, 209
  • - Improvements in Lathes, Owen Linley 150
  • - Indian Engineer, The, The Indian Engineer Co., 465
  • - Indian Railway Accident, An, B. H. Hewett, 192
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, Wm. H. Booth, 418
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, R. E. Crompton, 485
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, Expertus, 485
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, A Grumbling Member, 398
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, Insider, 418
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, Mechanical Engineer, 418
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, M.I. and S. Inst., 398
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The, John Swift, 418, 485
  • - Interesting Relic, An, F. Silvester and Co., 241
  • - International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, Thos. W. Cutler, 55
  • - Iron Ore Imports, Walter T. May, 209
  • - Jaffa Jerusalem Railway, The, G. Fk. Ransome, 117
  • - Japanese Earthquake Fund, N. Oroshi, The Yokohama Specie Bank, Limited, Mitsui and Co., Takalaand Co., The Naigai Yotatsu, Kaisha Line, 418
  • - Joiners’Strike, The, W. H. Darton, 242
  • - Kalbert’s or Kallet’s Steam Trap ? J. S., 133
  • - Kalbert’s Steam Trap ? J. S. S., 71
  • - Lake Steamer Engines, Frontier Ironworks, 317
  • - Leeds Steel Works, H. J. Skelton and Co., 49
  • - Locomotive Axle-boxes, Frances C. B. Burgess, 118
  • - Locomotive Stay-bolts, G. Bailey, 15
  • - London Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsman, The, Joseph Newton, 150, 209
  • - London Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, W. Smith, 170
  • - Lubricating Solids? Anti-friction, 215
  • - Machine for Preparing or Toothing the Surface of Veneers? B., 341
  • - Manchester Ship Canal, A. C. Wells and Co., 131
  • - Metalline? Lubricant, 195
  • - Method of Calculating the Mean Temperature of Different Parts of Steam Cylinder Walls, On a, Alf. Bard, 296, 334
  • - Method of Calculating the Mean Temperature of the Different Parts of Steam Cylinder Walls, On a, V. Dwelsbauvers-Dery, 317
  • - Miners’ Eyesight, J. E. Weyman, 90
  • - Modern Shell Fire, Christopher J. Little, 150
  • - Moenchenstein Bridge Failure, The, Line Safe, 90
  • - Murray’s Patent Chain Pulley Blocks? Consulting, 235
  • - Oil-burning Boilers? J. J., 341
  • - Ophir, The, G., 250
  • - Paper Collar Machinery ? R. H., 363
  • - Patent Law Text-books? R. H. A., 235
  • - Peculiarity in Diagrams, A, Valve Gear, 78
  • - Petroleum Oil Engines and Spirit Launches, John Henry Knight, 241
  • - Petroleum Oil Engines and Spirit Launches, Smiles and Soap, 241
  • - Physicists v. Mechanical Engineers, F. W. D. W., 297
  • - Polishing Blue ? L. O., 299
  • - Probationary. Engineers for the Royal Navy? Statim, 93
  • - Putting the Camber in Girders? G. C., 405
  • - Railway Accounts and Finance, J. Alfred Fisher, 55
  • - Railway Stores, Optimist, 241
  • - Railways in Peru ? L. C., 321
  • - Register Tonnage and Capacity for Coal, Joseph R. Oldham. 376
  • - Repairing a Screw Shaft, A. V. Coster, 25
  • - Road Metal, John Mowlem and Co., 440
  • - Road Metal, Robert Phillips, 486
  • - Royal National Lifeboat Institution, The, W. R. Smith, 151
  • - Royle’s Steam Trap? P., 257
  • - Screw Propellers, E. L. Berth on, 78
  • - Screw Propellers, W. D., 150
  • - Screw Propellers, Superintending Engineer, 14, 53, 118,193, 241, 398
  • - Screw Propellers, Maurice F. FitzGerald, 25, 90, 131
  • - Screw Propellers, R. de Villamil, 209, 274
  • - Screw Propellers, H. C. Vogt, 14, 334
  • - Screw Propellers, Woodstock, 241
  • - Screw Threads, Cornwall, 398
  • - Self-binding Reapers, F., 274
  • - Sewage Syphons ? G. B. G., 515
  • - Single and Coupled Locomotives, W. M. Acworth, 55
  • - Single v. Coupled Locomotives, J. D. T., 25, 78
  • - Steam Driver and Condensed Water Evaporator for Long Steam Pipes, S. A. Ward, 441
  • - Steam Engines for Ships of War, J. Jennings Campbell, 534
  • - Steam Engines for Ships of War, Superintending Engineer, 534
  • - Steel Foundry Practice? Vulcan, 363
  • - Storage of India-rubber Goods ? Tay, 423
  • - Storm Rain Gauge, W. V. Black, 241
  • - Stresses in Fly-wheel Arms, Edw. J. M. Davies, 15, 54, 117
  • - Stresses in Fly-wheel Arms, Geo. Halliday, 25
  • - Stresses in Fly-wheel Rims, C. N. Pickworth, 241
  • - Stresses in Fly-wheels, Practical Engineer, 170
  • - Thames Improvement, Walter Seargill, 486
  • - Training in Civil Engineering, N., 367
  • - Trains and Bridges, Spandril, 274
  • - Unit Magnetic Pole, Historicus, 486
  • - Unsinkable Steel Boats, Wm. Wells, 77
  • - Uprooting Trees ? H. and G., 29
  • - Utilisation of Exhaust Steam, Percy Griffith, 274
  • - Utilisation of Town Refuse, Geo. F. Priestley, 150
  • - Value of y, Caledon, 25, 90
  • - Values of y and J., Anthony S. Bower, 150, 209
  • - Values of y and J., Wm. Donaldson, 14, 54, 131, 193
  • - Vyrnwy Aqueduct, The, G. F. Deacon, 90
  • - Water in Steam Engine Cylinders, Bryan Donkin, jun., 297
  • - Waterway between Jetties, The, A. F. F., 440
  • - Weldless Steel Chains, Wm. Reid and Co., 250
  • - Works Accounts, Retford, 274
  • Lewes, Professor V. B., Fires in Coal Bunkers, 163
  • Lewes, Professor.V. B., Gold Medal Awarded to, 65
  • Leyland and Co., Messrs., s.s. “Minho,” Machinery of (Supplement, August 21st, 1891), 153, 156
  • Lifting Apparatus, Messrs. Waygood and Co., Eddystone Lighthouse, Royal Naval Exhibition, 145
  • Lifts, 524
  • Light, Improved “Wells,” 345
  • Lighthouse, The Eddystone, Royal Naval Exhibition, Lifting Apparatus, 145
  • Lighthouse Speed Recorder, Mill’s, 303
  • Lighting Power and Price of Gas, The, 174
  • Lightning, Black Flashes of, Mr. A. W. Clayden, 164
  • Lightning in Germany, Statistics of, 397
  • Linotype Composing ^Machine, The Improved, 32
  • Lippmann, Professor, Photographing the Colours of the Spectrum, 237
  • Liquid Carbon Dioxide, The Manufacture of, 40
  • Lister, Mr. R. R., on Milling Tools and Appliances, 427
  • Lister and Co., Messrs., Wheel Cutting Machine, 239
  • LITERATURE :—
  • - Aide Memoire de I’lngenieur Electricien, by M. P. Juppont, 343
  • - Applied Mechanics by Gaetano Lanza, 115
  • - Architecture Navale, Theorie du Navire, Tomes I. et II. Par. I., Pollard et A. Dudebout, 30
  • - A First Course in Machine Drawing, Part II., Electrical Engineering, by Geo. Halliday, 30
  • - Colliery Managers’ Handbook, The, by Caleb Pamely, 259
  • - Co-operative Movement in Great Britain, The, by Beatrice Potter, 95
  • - Co-operative Movement To-day, The, by G. J. Holyoake, 95
  • - Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, by T. E. Thorpe, Vol. II., 135
  • - Economics of Iron and Steel, by H. J. Skelton, 259
  • - Elementary Mechanics, by Edward P. Culverwell, 51
  • - Geometry of Position, by Robert H. Graham, 115
  • - Handy List of Books on Mining, by H. E. Haferkorn, 343
  • - Hydraulic Machinery Employed in the Concentration and Transmission of Power, by G. Croydon Marks, 135
  • - Illustrations of David Kirkaldy’s System of Mechanical Testing, as Originated and Carried out by him during a quarter of a Century, by Wm. G. Kirkaldy, 343
  • - Introduction to Dynamics, By Chas. V. Burton, 51
  • - Modern Naval Artillery, 95
  • - Outside the Class-room, Thoughts for Young Engineers, by W. H. Bailey, 197
  • - Pantobiblion: International Bibliographical Review of the World’s Scientific Literature, No. 1, Edited by A. Kersha, 538
  • - Particulars of the Warships of the World, Issued by Lloyd’s Register of British and Foreign Shipping, 155
  • - Precedents in Private Bill Legislation Affecting Gas and Water Undertakings, Compiled by E. H. Stevenson and E. K. Burstal, 407
  • - Retaining Walls for Earth, by Malvert A. Howe, 538
  • - Revised Accounts of the Experiments made with the Bashforth Cronograph to Find the Resistance of Air to the Motion of Projectiles, with the Application of the Results to the Calculation of Trajectories, according to J. Bernouilli’s Method, by Francis Bashforth 517
  • - Scamping Tricks and Odd Knowledge Occasion ally Practised upon Public Works, Chronicled from the Confessions of some Old Practitioners, by John Newman, 538
  • - Steam Boiier Construction: A Practical Handbook for Engineers, Boilermakers, and Steam Users of Stationary, Locomotive, and Marine Steam Boilers, by W. S. Hutton, 135
  • - Telegraphy, by Mr. W. H. Preece and J. Sive- wright, 73
  • - Text-book of Mechanics, by Thos. Wallace Wright, 51
  • - The Year’s Naval Progress: Annual of the Office of Naval Intelligence, Government Printing Office, Washington, 322
  • - Treatise on Wire: Its Manufacture and Uses, by J. Bucknall Smith, 217
  • - Water Pipe Discharge Diagrams Showing the Relation between the Diameters, Gradients, and Discharges of Water Pipes, together with other Diagrams, giving the Proper Weights and Thicknesses for Various Pressures, by E. B. Taylor and E. M. Taylor, 135
  • Liverpool Ferry Steamer “ Mersey,” 345
  • Liverpool, The Vyrnwy Water Supply to, 73
  • Llangefni, 456
  • Lloyd and Lloyd, Messrs., The Benardos-Howard Electric Welding Process at, 529
  • Lock, Large. Sault St. Marie Canal, Michigan, 433
  • Lock and Weir, The Richmond, 473
  • Locks, Eastham, Manchester Ship Canal, 41, 44, 70
  • Locks, Latchford, 435, 439
  • Locomotive for the Adriatic Railway Company, 125
  • Locomotive Axle-boxes, 118
  • Locomotive Boiler Explosion at Oyster Bay, L.I., The, 344
  • Locomotive, Compound Express, London and North-Western Railway, 421, 425
  • Locomotive, Double-Bogie Four-Cylinder Compound, Meyer System, Saxon State Railways, 340, 346
  • Locomotive, 8-Horse Compound Road, Messrs. C. Burrell and Sons, 210, 242
  • Locomotive, Eight-Wheel Compound Passenger, London and North-Western Railway, 425
  • Locomotive, Experimental, Eastern Railway of France, 396, 400
  • Locomotive, Express Passenger, Great Northern Railway (Supplement, November 6, 1891), 387
  • Locomotive Stay Bolts, 15
  • Locomotive Valve Gear, 384
  • Locomotives, American v. English, Mr, F. W. Dean on, 68
  • Locomotives ? The Centre of Gravity of, 442
  • Locomotives, Compound, 334, 367, 376, 398
  • Locomotives, Construction of the Engines of the Hull and Barnsley, 370
  • Locomotives, Eight-Wheel Coupled, GraziTsaritsin Railway, South-East Russia, Mr. Thomas Urquhart, 194, 197, 211, 214
  • Locomotives, English and American, 72
  • Locomotives, The Exhaust Pipes of, 133
  • Locomotives, Fireless, 173
  • Locomotives, The Horse Power of, 398
  • Locomotives of Japan, 161
  • Locomotives, Single v. Coupled, 25, 55, 78
  • Lodge, Dr. Oliver, his Suggestion for a National Physical Laboratory, 165
  • London Association of Foremen Engineers, The, 150
  • London Association of Foremen Engineers and Draughtsmen, 170, 209
  • London Chamber of Commerce, The Engineering Trade Section, 317
  • London County Council and the Water Supply, Tho, 341
  • London, New Docks for, 464
  • London and North-Western Railway Company, Compound Express Locomotive, 425
  • London and North-Western Railway Company’s s.s. “ Violet,” Auxiliary Engines (Supplement, August 7th, 1891), 109
  • London Water Question, Progress of the, 406
  • London Water Supply, 454, 469, 471, 527
  • London Water Supply, Professor Dawkins on the, 367
  • London Water Supply, Prospects of the, 454, 469, 471, 527
  • London Water Supply, The Select Committee on the, 49
  • Longridge, Mr., The Artillery of the Future, 154
  • Longridge, Mr. Michael, Report on the Evaporative Trials of Three-flued Lancashire Boilers and an Economiser, 388
  • Lubricating Oils, 226
  • Lubricating Solids ? 215
  • Lucerne, Electric Lighting of, 370
  • MACDONALD’S Scottish Directory, 377
  • McDougall’s Whaleback Cargo Steamer, “ C. W. Wetmore,” 111
  • McGlasson’s Reversing Screw Propellers, 347, 359
  • Machine Mining in Illinois, 30
  • Machine Rivetting, Shipbuilding, 416
  • Machine Rivetting of Ship Hulls, 342
  • Machine Tool, The Frasse, 211
  • Machinery, The Taxation of, 131, 387
  • Machinery from Rating, Exemption of, 347
  • Machinery of the Twin-screw s.s. “Scot” (Supplement, July 10th, 1891), 21, 23
  • Machinery, The Value of, in the Preparation of Tea, 134
  • McKendrick, Professor John G., Christmas Lectures at the Royal Institution, 396
  • McKinley Tariff, Twelve Months of the, 322
  • McLaren, Mr. John, Economical Use of Steam in Colliery Engines, 45
  • McLaren and Cd., Messrs., Triple - expansion Engine, Central Argentine Railway, 45
  • Madras Harbour, 134
  • Madras Harbour Works, Steam Titan for, 129
  • Magazine Small Arms, Tests of, 202
  • Magic Lantern, Kircher, The First and Second, 408
  • Magnesia in Portland Cement, 279
  • Magnolia Metal at the Falmouth Exhibition, 197
  • Mail Service, Fast, 237
  • “Majestic” The White Star Steamer, Hourly Average made by the, 8
  • Malay, Tin Mining of, 197
  • Malmo, Sweden, Prize Competition for Design for New Harbour at, 259
  • Manchester Fire Brigade, 314
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 34, 41, 66, 70, 128, 131, 156, 276, 378, 379, 435, 439, 483, 518
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Progress of the Works, Latchford, 242
  • Manchester Technical School, The, 209
  • Manganese Steel Dredger Chain Pins, 435
  • Mansel, Mr. Robert, On the Resistance of Steamships, 471
  • Map of Africa, showing Railways and Spheres of Influence of European Powers, 39, 61, 86
  • Map of Canals in the United States, 24
  • Map of District Covered by Parts of Exploded Boiler, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 88, 92
  • Map of Route between Lake Nicaragua and Caribbean Sea, 4
  • Map showing Route of Trans-Siberian Railway, 453
  • Map showing Royal Exchange and Waterloo Railway, 456
  • Marengo, Flagship (French Fleet), 169
  • Marine Boilers, 257
  • Marine Boilers, Extraordinary, 376
  • Marine Engine, Triple-expansion, 318
  • Marine Engine Work, Steel in, 236
  • Marine Engineering, Mr. A. Blechynden’s Review of, during the Past Decade, 95, 98, 108
  • Marine Engineering in the Mercantile Marine, Mr. Seaton on, 84
  • Marine Engines, Compound, 153
  • Marine Engines in the Navy, 443
  • Marine Engines in the United States Navy, 259, 272
  • Martell, Mr. T. B., Alterations in the Types and Proportions of Mercantile Vessels, 83
  • Massenez, Mr., On the Elimination of Sulphur from Pig Iron, 290
  • Mattrass Work near Ellesmere Port, Manchester Ship Canal, 156
  • Mault, Mr. A., The Sanitation of a Mining Settlement, 126
  • Maxim on Erosion in Large Guns, 207
  • Maxim Flying Machine, The, 46
  • Mean Temperature of Cylinder Walls (Diagram), 296, 317
  • Mechanical Conveyor Stoker, 198
  • Mechanical Engineers, Physicists v., 297
  • Mechanics of Sea-sickness, The, by A. G. Greenhill, 163
  • Melville, Mr. Geo. W., his Re-appointment, 385
  • Mending a Big Shaft at Sea, 13, 25
  • Merchant Navies of the World, 354
  • Mergenthaler, Mr. Ottomar, Improved Linotype Composing Machine, 32
  • Merry weather and Sons’ Fire Engines for Manchester, 314
  • Merry weather, Messrs., Steam Fire Engine in Belgium, 188
  • Mersey Bar, The, 146
  • Mersey Dock and Harbour Board Estate, The, 301
  • Mersey, Progress of the Tunnel under the, 530
  • Mersey, Tunnel under the, 94
  • Metal, Road, 440, 486
  • Metalline? 195
  • Metallurgic Department in the Sheffield Technical School, Mr. B. H. Th waite on the, 291
  • Metallurgy, Professor Roberts-Austen at the British Association, 165
  • Metals, The Electrical Evaporation of, 164
  • Meteorological Society, The Royal, Papers Read at the, 430
  • Meter for Localising Waste, The Deacon, 46
  • Metric Weights and Measures in Russia, Adoption of, 161
  • “Mexican,” The s.s., 359
  • Meyer System, Double-bogie Four-cylinder Compound Locomotive, Saxon State Railways, 340, 346
  • Middleton, Mr. Reginald E., Removal of Sewage after Leaving Buildings, 126
  • Military Appliances, Modern, 300
  • Mill Engines, Non-condensing Cogging, 438, 439
  • Mill Engines, 1000-Horse Power Triple-expansion, 88, 92, 109, 115
  • Milling Tools and Appliances, Mr. R. R. Lister on, 427
  • Mills’ Speed and Pressure Recorder, 303
  • Mills Water-tube Boiler, The, 463
  • Mine, Heroism in the, 51
  • Minerals for the Chicago Exposition, Sir H. T. Wood’s Circular Respecting a Collection of British, 483
  • Miners and the Eight Hours, 342
  • Miners’ Eyesight, 73, 90
  • “Minho,” s.s., Compound Engines (Supplement August 21st, 1891), 153, 156
  • Mining, Electricity in, 186
  • Mining, Machine, in Illinois, 30
  • Mining Machinery, Mr. T. Foster Brown, 176
  • “Mira,” Trial Trip of the Steam Yacht, 81
  • Miscellanea, 10, 28, 47, 69, 91, 116, 127, 147, 171, 189, 213, 233, 251, 278, 293, 320, 335, 362, 381, 403, 422, 437, 457, 479', 521, 531
  • Modern Shell Fire, 113, 150
  • Modification of the German Patent Law, 358
  • Moenchenstein, Failure of the Railway Bridge at, 27, 33, 90, 455, 474
  • Momentum Springs of Gibbons and Robinson’s Thrashing Machine, 21
  • Mond, Mr. Ludwig, on Nickel Carbon Oxide and its Application in Arts and Manufactures, 167
  • Monitors, Hydraulic, 217
  • Monster Guns, Our, 481
  • Morand Bridge over the Rhone at Lyons, The, 311, 315, 336, 347, 365, 366
  • Morgans, Mr. Thomas, Steel Sleepers, 410
  • Morison’s Suspension Furnace, 33
  • Morocco, Extension of British Trade with, 13
  • Mortar for High Angle Fire, Sir J. Whitworth and Co., 67, 109
  • Moselle, Canalisation of the, 445
  • Motor, Impact Wheel, of the Pelton Type, 53
  • Motor, 2-Horse Power Rotary Current, 291
  • Multiple Drilling Machine, Summers and Scott’s, 447
  • Municipal Bridge in Sydney, 445
  • Murray’s Patent Chain Pulley Blocks? 235
  • Myers’ Wonderful Kites, 275
  • NAPIER and SONS, Messrs., Orient Steam Navigation Co.’s s.s. “Ophir” (Supplement, November 20th, 1891), 415
  • Narrow Gauge Railways in France, 280
  • Natal, The Railways of, 475
  • Naval Constructors, The Corps of, 124
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 143, 205, 208, 266, 368, 401, 425, 441, 455, 522
  • Naval Reserve, Engineers for the, 315
  • Navies of the World, Merchant, 354
  • Navigable Rivers and Canals in England, 527
  • Navy, Engineers in the, 29, 195, 208, 215, 250, 274, 296, 317
  • Navy for Imperial Defence, Lieut-General Sir Wm. Jervois on the Supremacy of the, 6
  • Navy, Marine Engines in the, 443
  • Navy of the United States, The, 353
  • “Nelson,” H.M.S., 435, 442
  • Newburn, Messrs. John Spencer and Son’s Steel W orks at, 164
  • Newburn Steel Works, Wicksteed’s Hot Shears, 272 277
  • New Companies, 19, 37, 59, 81, 103, 121, 143, 161, 183, 205, 223, 245, 267, 287, 309, 329, 351, 371, 393, 413, 431, 451, 469, 489, 525, 547
  • New Conveyor Company, Mechanical Conveyor Stoker, 198
  • New Route to Southampton and Portsmouth, 275
  • Newhaven and Dieppe Channel Service, Mr. Buckwell on the History of the, 418
  • Nicaragua Canal, The, 2, 3, 4, 123, 373, 433
  • Nickel Carbon Oxide and its Application in Arts and Manufactures, Ludwig Mond on, 167
  • Nickel Mines of New Caledonia, 304
  • Nickel Steel Armour Trials in France and America, 379
  • “Nomadic” and “ Tauric,” The White Star Steamships (Supplement, July 24th, 1891), 62
  • Nordberg’s Automatic Cut-off Governor, 229
  • “Norham Castle,” the s.s., 313
  • Normal Sand for Cement Testing, 195
  • North of England, 17, 35, 57, 79, 101, 119, 141, 159, 181, 203, 221, 243, 265, 285, 307, 327, 349, 369, 391, 411, 429, 449, 468, 487, 523, 545
  • Northcott, Mr. W. H., The Cause and Action of Initial Condensation in Steam Cylinders, 478
  • Northern Engineering Company, The, Edge Milling Machine, 8
  • Northern Shipbuilding, 237
  • Norton Tower, Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 89, 96, 230, 231
  • Notes from Germany, 18, 36, 58, 80, 102, 120, 142, 160, 182, 204, 222, 244, 266, 286, 308, 328, 350, 370, 392, 412, 430, 450, 468, 488, 524, 546
  • Notes from Lancashire, 17, 34, 57, 79, 101, 119, 141, 159, 181, 203, 221, 243, 264, 284, 307, 327, 349, 369, 390, 411, 429, 448, 467, 487, 523, 545
  • Notes and Memoranda, 10, 28, 47,69, 91, 116, 127,147, 171, 189, 213, 233, 251, 278, 293, 320, 335, 362, 381, 403, 422, 437, 457, 479, 521, 531
  • Notes from Scotland, 18, 36, 58, 80, 102, 120,142, 160, 182, 204, 222, 244, 266, 286, 307, 328, 350, 370, 392, 412, 430, 449, 468, 488, 524, 546
  • Notices to Correspondents, 11, 29, 49, 71, 93,113, 133, 153, 173, 195, 215, 235, 257, 279, 299, 321, 341, 363, 383, 405, 423, 443, 461, 481, 515, 537
  • OBITUARY
  • - Alphand, M., 478
  • - Blackwood, Mr. Thos., 419
  • - Burgess, Mr., 53
  • - Fairholme, Captain Chas , 323
  • - Galway, Mr., 323
  • - Grantham, Mr. Richard B., 483
  • - McMillan, Mr. John, 259
  • - Sennett, Mr. Richard, 211
  • - Shelley, Charles Percy Bysshe, 12
  • - Smith, Mr. Richard, 142
  • - Vaussenat, M., 530
  • Oerliken Three-phase Alternator, 337
  • Oil Engine, The Trusty, 458
  • Oils ? Apparatus for Refining, 235
  • Oils, Lubricating, 226
  • Oils, Spindle, 129
  • Oldbury Sewage Purification Works, 450
  • Oncken System of Cutting Boards and Veneers, 395
  • “Ophir,” The Orient Steam Navigation Co.’s Twin-screw Steamer (Supplement, November 20th, 1891), 232, 250, 294, 415
  • Optical Projection, 408, 540
  • Ore Deposits, The Genesis of, 261
  • Orient Steam Navigation Co.’sTwin-screw Steamer, “Ophir” (Supplement, November 20th, 1891), 232, 250, 294, 415
  • Origin of Screw Propulsion Elucidated, The, 524
  • Ourselves (Supplement, October 30th, 1891), 353, 355
  • Overhead Electric Conductors, 483
  • Overtime on the Tyne, 383
  • Oxford, Electric Lighting for, 424
  • PACCHIOTTI, Professor, on Town Drainage in Italy, 125
  • Packing Presses, Hydraulic, Messrs. Fawcett, Preston, and Co., 259
  • Packing Presses, New Hydraulic, 191
  • Paisley Harbour and River Cart Improvements, 407
  • Palermo National Exhibition, The, 364
  • Panama Canal, The, 175
  • Paper Collar Machinery ? 363
  • Paris, Drainage Works at, 322
  • Paris, Public Works in, 444
  • Passburg, Herr Emil, Apparatus for Drying Ex¬plosives in Vacuum, 447
  • Patent Law, German, 377
  • Patent Law, The German Modification of, 358
  • Patent Law Text-books ? 235
  • Patents, The Value of, 537
  • Paul, Mr. J. H., Corrosion in Steam Boilers, 389
  • Paving Stone, New, 445
  • Peculiarity in Diagrams, A, 78
  • Pelton Type Impact Wheel Motor, The, 53
  • Peninsular and Oriental Steamship Company, Decision of the, respecting New Services, 460
  • Peninsular and Oriental s.s, “Rome,” The Lengthening of the, 270
  • Perils of the Pit, The, 259
  • Perry, Professor, and Engineers, 279
  • Perry, Professor John, Lectures at the Finsbury Technical College, 305
  • Peterhead Harbour Works, Titan for, 315, 319
  • Petroleum Oil Engines, 218, 240, 241, 260, 261
  • Petroleum Storage Tank, Thwaites’, 260
  • Phaeton, The Serpollet, 26
  • Phenomenon in California, Strange, 16
  • Phenomenon in the Fusion of Mild Steel, Carulla on an Undescribed, 290
  • Photographers’ Car on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 87
  • Photographic Aids to Science, Recent, 237, 304
  • Photographic Convention, The, 42, 76
  • Photographic Developing Rooms, The Illumina¬tion of, 139
  • Photographic Reversals by the Thio-carbamide Process, Professor Emerson Reynolds, 237
  • Photographing the Colours of the Spectrum, Pro¬fessor Lippmann’s Great Discovery, 237
  • Photographing, Recording High Temperatures by, Professor Roberts-Austen, 237
  • Physicists v. Mechanical Engineers, 297
  • Physics and Physiology, Dr. O. Lodge on, 165
  • Pier at Puerto Colombia, 541
  • Piles, Screwing Cast Iron and Driving Greenheart, 424
  • Pipe and Rail-bending Machine, Fowler’s, 303
  • Pipes, Steam, 220
  • Pipes, Strengthening Steam, 32
  • Pit, The Perils of the, 259
  • Pit Shaft, Heroism in the, 301
  • Pitman, Mr. P., The Demon Water Motor, 306
  • Planing and Moulding Machine, Messrs. J. Sagar and Co., 148
  • Plank, The Largest, in the World, 167
  • “Plucky” Courtmartial, The, 461
  • Pneumatic-power Hammer, Chenot’s, 283
  • Polishing Blue ? 299
  • Pollution of the Seine, 364
  • Porcelain Manufacture at the German Exhibition, 131
  • Port at Malmo, in Sweden, Prizes for Plans of a, 204
  • Portland Cement, Mr. H. Hyatt on the Testing and Manufacture of, 489
  • Portland Cement, Current Fallacies concerning, 515
  • Portland Cement, Magnesia in, 279
  • Portland Cement and Portland Cement Concrete, Three Papers on, 419
  • Portland Cement as a Structural Material, A New Use for, 439
  • Portsmouth, Armour-plate Trials at, 397
  • Portsmouth, French Warships at, 146, 149, 168, 169, 193
  • POSTAL TELEGRAPHS, OUR, 491—513
  • - Air Pump with Connections to Mains, Section of an, 495
  • - Automatic Apparatus, Wheatstone’s, 510
  • - Automatic Telegraphy, 503
  • - Basement, Ground Floor, and First Floor Plans, 505
  • - Central Hall, In the, 498
  • - Central Hall Tube Room, 509
  • - Chronofer, The, 509
  • - Chronofer, Enlarged View of, 504
  • - Condensers, Diagram Illustrating, 501
  • - Continental Cable Room, Sketch in the, 511
  • - Descriptive Sketch of the Transit of Telegraphic Messages by Pneumatic Tube System from District Offices to the Central Station, 497
  • - Distributor Segment, 503
  • - Duplex Telegraphy, 500
  • POSTAL TELEGRAPHS, OUR (continued):—
  • - Duplex Telegraphy, Diagram Illustrating, 500
  • - Greenwich Time Distributor, 509
  • - Hexode Telegraphic Instruments, 511
  • - Hughes’ Type Printer, 511
  • - Le Coeur’s Wheel, 503
  • - Local Pneumatics within the Central Station, Explanatory Diagram of the System of, 508
  • - Mains and Pipe Connections in Central Hall, 495
  • - Metropolitan Gallery, “K” Group, 507
  • - Miscellaneous, 511
  • - Multiplex System, Diagram Illustrating, o03
  • - Multiplex Telegraphy, 502
  • - Needle Dial, Single, 500
  • - Needle Instrument, Single, 509
  • - News Telegraphy, 505
  • - Perforated Paper, 505
  • - Perforator, The, 503
  • - Permanent News Lines, Map showing, 507
  • - Pneumatic Pumping Engines, General Post Office, Compound, Messrs. Easton and Anderson (Supplement, December 18th, 1891)
  • - Pneumatic Receiving and Forwarding Apparatus, Front and Back View, 499
  • - Pneumatic System, The, 491
  • - Pneumatic Tube System, Diagram Illustrating the, 496
  • - Provincial Gallery, Sketch in the, 510
  • - Quadruplex System, The, 501
  • - Quadruplex System, Diagram Illustrating, 502
  • - Receiver, The, 505
  • - Relay Systems, Diagram Illustrating, 500
  • - Second-floor, Third-floor, and New Storey Plans, 506
  • - Sender, The, 500
  • - Sending Key, The, 500
  • - Sounder, The, 500
  • - Sounder Signalling Instrument, Simple, 510
  • - Standard Bichromate Cell, 510
  • - Synchronising Vibrator, 502
  • - Telegraph Station, Telegraph-street, Central, 491
  • - Test Box, Corner of, 501
  • - Test Box, Provincial Gallery, Interior of, 501
  • - Test-room in Basement, Interior of, 502
  • - Timing Apparatus, 504
  • - Transmitter, The, 505
  • - Type Printer, Hughes’, 511
  • - Underground Wire System in London, The, 495
  • - Vacuum Main and Air Pump under Engine Room, 494
  • - Water Pumping Engine and Boiler House, 494
  • - Wheatstone’s ABC Signalling Instrument, 509
  • - Wheatstone’s Automatic Apparatus, 510
  • - Wire Inside Building, Route of, 506
  • - Wire Leads from Central Station, 506
  • Potts, Mr. John J., Notes on Screwing Cast Iron and Driving Greenheart Piles at St. Anne’s- on-the Sea, Lancashire, 424
  • Practical Expansion Curves, 258
  • Preservation of Wood, 530
  • Preservative Treatment of Timber, Mr. 0. Chanute on the, 212
  • Presses, Cyclone Hydraulic Baling, 191
  • Prices and Wages in the North of England Finished Iron and Steel Trades, 259
  • Priestman’s Petroleum Engine, 260
  • Priestman Brothers, Messrs., Petroleum Launch, 218, 240, 241
  • Prizes for Plans of a Port, 204
  • Professor’s Lament, A, 279
  • Profiling or Edge Milling Machine, The Northern Engineering Co., 8
  • Profits of Coal Getting, The, 196
  • Progress of French Railways, 484
  • Progress of the Tunnel under the Mersey, 530
  • Projectile, The Snyder Dynamite, 301
  • Projectiles, On the Measurement of the Velocity of, by Captain H. C. L. Holden, 289
  • Projector, 24in. Search-Light, Mr. R. A. Scott. 52
  • Promotion in the Public Works Department of India, 482
  • Propeflers, McGlasson’s Reversing Screws, 347,
  • Propellers, Screw, 14, 25, 49, 53, 78, 90, 118, 131 150, 193, 209, 241, 275, 398, 530
  • Propellers, Screw, s.s. “Tynwald,” 177
  • Psychology and Metaphysics, Dr. O. Lodge at the British Association, 165
  • Public Sewers and their Sanitation, 385
  • Public Works Department of India, and High and Low Stations, 175
  • Public Works Department of India, Promotion in the, 482
  • Public Works in Paris, 444
  • Pulsometer, Test of an American, 528
  • Pump, Mr. J. Johnson’s “Drum” Rotary, 13
  • Pump for Liquefying Gases, Professor Dewar 107
  • Pump, Rotary Boiler Feeder, 544
  • Pumping Engines, Water-Pressure, Whitehaven Waterworks, 48, 52
  • Pumps, Horizontal and Vertical Duplex “ Mumford and Anthony’s,” 31
  • Punch’s Jubilee Number, 53
  • Purchase of Land for Railways, 145
  • QUICK-FIRE Guns for the Russian Government, Canet, 477
  • Quick-Firing Gun, a New, 517
  • RAFT Ships, 301
  • Rail-bending Machine, Pipe and, Fowler’s Patent, 303
  • Railroad Enterprise, Ten Years of American, 395
  • Rails, Steel, in Europe and America, 464
  • Railway Accident, An Indian, 192
  • Railway Accidents in France, 358
  • Railway Accounts and Finance, 55
  • Railway Bridge at Moenchenstein, Failure of the, 455, 474
  • Railway through British Central Africa, Proposed, 39, 61, 86
  • Railway Carriage Doors and Broken Fingers Unguarded, 89
  • Railway, Central Argentine, Triple-expansion Engine, Messrs. McLaren and Co., 45
  • Railway Companies as Steamship Owners, 151
  • Railway, Didcot, Newbury, and Southampton, Railway, Twyford Viaduct, 518
  • Railway, The Dore and Chinley, 517
  • Railway Extension m South Africa, 94
  • Railway Extensions, The Caledonian, 12, 193
  • Railway, The Great Western, 367
  • Railway Half-year, The, 30
  • Railway, The Jaffa Jerusalem, 117
  • Railway Jubilee, The Brighton, 247
  • Railway, The Lartigue Single Rail, 170
  • Railway Matters, 10, 28, 47, 69, 91, 116, 127, 147, 171, 189, 213, 233, 251, 278, 293, 320, 335, 362, 381, 403, 422, 437, 457, 479, 521, 531
  • Railway Plant of Jipan, 161
  • Railway Rates in France, The Reduction of, 154
  • Railway Speeds, Fast, 520
  • Railway Speeds, High, 321, 341, 374, 375
  • Railway Stores, 241
  • Railway, The Trans-Siberian, 453, 459
  • Railway Travelling, Fast, 317
  • Railway between Waterloo, London Bridge, and the City, 456
  • Railways, Canadian, 131
  • Railways, The Carriage of Timber by Narrow Gauge, 174, 193, 209
  • Railways, Electrical, 363
  • Railways in Japan, Dangerous Condition of, 482
  • Railways, Narrow Gauge, in France, 280
  • Railways of Natal, The, 475
  • Railways in Peru ? 321
  • Railways, Progress of French, 484
  • Railways, Purchase of Land for, 145
  • Railways in the United States, Street, 146
  • Railways, The Working of the, 235
  • Railways, The World’s, 223
  • Ransome and Rapier, Messrs., Steam Titan Madras Harbour Works, 129
  • Rating Appeal, Important, 489
  • Rating, Exemption of Machinery from, 347
  • Rating of the “Ironmasters’ District” in Middles¬brough, 216
  • Reapers, Self-binding, 275
  • Record Passage from South Africa, 248
  • Refrigerator Room, s.s. “Ophir,” 415
  • Regenerative System of Boiler Heating, 72
  • Register Tonnage and Capacity for Coal, 376
  • Registering the Profile of River Bottoms, Apparatus for Automatically, 170
  • Reliance Lift, The, Messrs. A. Smith and Stevens, 524
  • Relic, An Interesting, Self-contained Engine, 241
  • Removable Boiler Coverings, 385
  • Removal of Dust and Refuse, 323
  • Renold, Mr. Hans, on American Workshops, 358, 387
  • RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE:—
  • - The Preservative Treatment of Timber, Mr. Octave Chanute, 212
  • Report of the Committee on the Progress of Cable Motive Power, 379, 398, 426
  • “Requin,” Coast Service Barbette (French Fleet), 169
  • Resistance of Steamships, Mr. R. Mansel on the, 471
  • Reveley’s Scheme for Docks on the Thames, 464
  • Reversing Screw Propellers, McGlasson's, 347, 359
  • Rhone at Lyons, The Morand Bridge over the, 311, 315, 336, 347, 365, 366
  • Ribble Navigation Commissioners’ Report, The, 24
  • Ribble Scheme, The, 146
  • Richmond Lock and Weir, Beginning the, 473
  • Riedinger, Messrs. Electric Lighting of Lucerne, 370
  • Rifle, The Austrian (Mannlicher) Magazine, 202
  • Rifle, The German Magazine, 202
  • Rifle, New Automatic, 264
  • Rigg, Mr. Arthur, Hydraulic Winding Engine with Variable Stroke, 325
  • River Cart Improvements, Paisley Harbour and, 407
  • River Profile Register, The Stecher, 170
  • River Wall near Bridgwater Docks, Manchester Ship Canal, 156
  • Rivetting of Ship Hulls, Machine, 342
  • Road Locomotive, 8-Horse Compound, 210, 242
  • Road Metal, 440, 486
  • Road Vehicles, Draught and Haulage of, 313, 367, 376
  • Roberts-Austen, Professor, on Metallurgy, at the British Association, 165
  • Roberts - Austen, Professor, Recording High Temperatures by Photography, 237
  • Robinson, Professor H., on Sewage Disposal, 125
  • Robinson, Professor William, Petroleum Oil Engines, 218, 240, 241
  • Rock Hematites, Concentration of, 77
  • Roller, The Springfield Steam Road, 518
  • Roll Mill, Gun Barrel, Mr. Josiah Guest, 190
  • Rolling Stock, South-Eastern Railway, Inspection Saloon, 130, 135
  • Rotary Boiler Feeder Pump, 544
  • Rotary Pump, Johnson’s Drum, 13
  • Roundhay Electric Tramways, Leeds, 386
  • Rowe, Mr. J. A., Stability and the Motion of a Vessel among Waves, 329, 368
  • ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 32:
  • - Momentum Springs of Messrs. Gibbons and Robinson s Thrashing Machine, 21
  • - Thrashing Machine Trials at Doncaster, 6,
  • Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, 269, 295
  • Royal College of Science, London, 76
  • Royal Dockyards, The Director of the, 384
  • ROYAL INSTITUTION, THE :
  • - Christmas Lectures on “Life in Motion, or the Animal Machine,” by Professor J. G. McKendnck, 396
  • - High-pressure Compressing Pump, Professor Dewar and Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 107
  • - Lecture Arrangements before Easter, 483
  • Royal Institution Lantern, Plan of the, 541
  • Royal Ordnance Factories, Mr William Anderson on the Constitution of the, 292
  • Royal National Lifeboat Institution, The, 151
  • Royal Mail s.s. “Scot,” The (Supplement, July 3rd and 10th, 1891), 1, 9, 21, 23
  • ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY, THE :
  • - Account of an Electric Self-recording Rain Gauge, Mr. W. J. E. Binnie, 430
  • - Results of Meteorological Observations made at Akassa, Niger Territories, May, 1889 to December, 1890, Mr. F. Russell, 430
  • - Wet and Dry Bulb Formulae, On, Professor J. D. Everett, 430
  • ROYAL NAVAL EXHIBITION, THE, 31
  • - Boat lowering Gear, Mr. D. H. Willey, 305
  • - Combined Engine and Dynamo, The General Electric Power and Traction Co., 136
  • - Electric Drill, Portable, The General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • - Electric Motor for Mining Works, The General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • - Electric Pinnace, The General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • - Evaporating, Distilling, and Condensing, 97, 98
  • - Fan Driven by Motor, The General Electric Power and Traction Company, 136
  • - Feed-water Heaters and Feed Make-up Apparatus, Messrs. John Kirkaldy, 97, 98
  • - Horizontal and Vertical Duplex Pumps Mumford and Anthony’s, 31
  • - Lifting Apparatus, Eddystone Lighthouse, Messrs. Waygood and Co., 145
  • - Main Boiler Shed, Messrs. Davey, Paxman, and Co., 238
  • - Search Light Projector, 24im, Mr. Ronald A. Scott, 52
  • - Six Circuit Naval Switchboard, Mr. Ronald A. Scot, 52
  • Royal Woolwich Arsenal, 150-ton Steam Crane, 295
  • Russell, Mr. F., Results of Meteorological Observations made at Akassa, Niger Territories, 1889- 1890, 430
  • Russell and Co., Messrs., Shipyard, Kingston, N.B., 187
  • Russian Government, Canet Quick-fire Gun for the, 477
  • Russian Navy, The, 59
  • Russian Industry, Foreign Capital in, 280
  • SAGAR and Co., Messrs. J., Planing and Moulding Machine, 148
  • Sailing Ship Construction, Activity in, 483
  • Sails, The Action of Wind on, 151
  • Sale of Water by Measure in Berlin, Mr. H. Gill on the, 520
  • Sand, Normal, for Cement Testing, 195
  • Sanitary Engineering at the Yorkshire College, 204
  • Sanitation in India, Mr. B. Latham, 126
  • Sanitation of a Mining Settlement, The, 126
  • Saxby and Farmer, Messrs., Hydraulic Safety Railway Signal Working, 87
  • Saxon States Railways, Double-bogie Four-Cylinder Compound Locomotive, Meyer System, 340, 346
  • Serpollet Steam Tricycle, The, 254
  • “Scot,” Passage of the Royal Mail Steamer, 135, 248
  • “Scot,” The Royal Mail Steamship (Supplement, July 3rd and 10th, 1891), 21, 23
  • Scotland, Dock and Harbour Extension in, 68
  • Scot, Mr. Ronald A., 24in. Search-light Projector, 52
  • Scot, Mr. Ronald A., Six Circuit Naval Switchboard, 52
  • Screw Propellers, 14, 25, 49, 53, 78, 90, 118, 131, 150, 193, 209, 241, 275, 398, 530
  • Screw Propellers, McGlasson’s Reversing, 347, 359
  • Screw Propellers, Typical, 530
  • Screw Propellers, s.s. “Tynwald,” 177
  • Screw Propulsion Eel-ucidated, The Origin of, 524
  • Screw Shaft, Repairing a, 25
  • Screw Threads, 398
  • Screwing Cast Iron and Driving Greenheart Piles, Mr. John J. Potts, Notes on, 424
  • Sea Sickness, The Mechanics of, by A. G. Greenhill, 163
  • Seaton, Mr., Progress of Marine Engineering in the Mercantile Marine, 84
  • Seine, The Pollution of the, 364
  • Select Committee of the London Water Supply, The, 49
  • Selected American Patents, 20, 38, 60, 82, 104, 122, 144,162, 184, 206, 224, 246, 268, 288, 310, 330, 352, 372, 384, 413, 432, 452, 470, 490, 526, 548
  • Self-binding Reapers, 275
  • Self-starting Gear, The Forward Gas Engine with Lanchester’s, 148
  • Sennett, Mr. Richard, 211
  • Serpollet Steam Phieton, The, 26
  • Servia, New Silver Coinage in, 358
  • Set Square, A Transparent, 370
  • Severn Navigation Improvement Scheme, The Subscription List for the, 4
  • Sewage, The Collection and Disposal of, and the Pollution of Rivers, Mr. J. T. Wood, 387
  • Sewage, The Disposal of, 94, 117, 131
  • Sewage Disposal, Mr. Rider Cook on, 150
  • Sewage Disposal in Relation to Water Supply and River Pollution, 125
  • Sewage Filtering, in Massachusetts, 146
  • Sewage after Leaving Buildings, The Removal of, 126
  • Sewage Purification, 417
  • Sewage Purification in Lancashire, 261
  • Sewage Syphons ? 515
  • Sewage Works for Huddersfield, New, 197
  • Sewerage, French and English Systems of, 126
  • Sewerage and Sewage Disposal of Knaresborough, 544
  • Sewers, Public, and their Sanitation, 385
  • Shaft, The Longest in the World, 95
  • Shaft at Sea, Mending a Big, 13, 25
  • Shanks and Son, Messrs. Alexander, 30-ton Titan Crane, 417, 420
  • Shaw, Sir Eyre M., his Resignation and Promotion, 335
  • Shaw’s Retirement, Captain, 11
  • Shand, Mason, and Co., Messrs., Engine for Sydney, 302
  • Shand, Mason, and Co., Messrs., Engine for Upper Burmah, 76
  • Sheffield District, 17, 35, 57, 79, 101, 119, 141, 159, 181, 203, 221, 243, 265, 285, 307, 327, 349, 369, 391, 411, 429, 449, 468, 487, 523, 545
  • Sheffield Town Hall, 86
  • Shell Fire, Modern, 113, 150
  • Ship Canal, The Manchester, 34, 41, 66, 70, 156, 435, 439, 483, 518
  • Ship Hulls, Machine Rivetting of, 342
  • Shipbuilding Contracts for Barrow, 339
  • Shipbuilding Firms, Clyde, 187
  • Shipbuilding in the North-East, 51
  • Shipbuilding, Northern, 237
  • Shipbuilding, An Outline of, Mr. Albert Ewan, 456
  • Ships, Century-old, 301
  • Ships, Foreign and British, 135
  • Ships, Raft, 301
  • Ships of War Sir N. Barnaby on, 65, 83, 93
  • Ships of War, Engines for, 443, 485, 520, 534
  • Ships of War Building or Re-fitting at Chatham Dockyard, 64
  • Shoeburyness, Armour-plate Trials at, 374, 375
  • Shortness of Water in Steam Boilers, Mr. J. F. Crockatt, 407
  • “Sicilia,” Launch of the Ironclad, 25
  • Siemens and Halske Messrs., Exhibit at the Frankfort Electrical Exhibition, 248, 249
  • Siemens Steel Manufacture, The, 258
  • Silver Coinage for Servia, New, 358
  • Sims-Edison Electrical Torpedo, The, 519
  • Single v. Coupled Locomotives, 25, 55, 78
  • Sinking Wells and Shafts, 359
  • Sluices of Irrigation Tanks, The, 93
  • Small-arms, Tests of Magazine, 202
  • Smith, Mr. Richard, 142
  • Smith, Mr. Willoughby, 87
  • Smith, Mr. Wm., on Portland Cement, 419
  • Smith and Stevens, Messrs. Archibald, The Reliance Lift, 524
  • Smoke and Fog, 538
  • Smoke-preventing Furnace, Greaves, 344
  • Snyder Dynamite Projectile, The, 301
  • Societies, Engineering, 424, 443
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS :—
  • - Arrangements for the Ensuing Session, 402
  • - The Chicago Exhibition and the, 359
  • SOCIETY, BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLAND INSTITUTE ENGINEERING :—
  • - Iron and Steel Testing, Mr. E. C. R. Marks, 419
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY:—
  • - Programme of Dublin Meeting, 33
  • SOCIETY, CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS’
  • - Visit to the New Tower Bridge, 36
  • - Visit to the Alterations at the Liverpool-street Station, 138
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, THE:—
  • - Corrosion in Steam Boilers, Mr. J. H. Paul, 389
  • - Drainage of Town Houses, Mr. G. M. Lawford, 520
  • - Visit to the School of Military Engineering at Chatham, 62
  • - Visits Projected, 229
  • SOCIETY, THE GEOLOGICAL:—
  • - Blasting in Coal Mines, Mr. J. Ashworth, 402
  • SOCIETY, THE JUNIOR ENGINEERING, 417
  • - Electrical Storage Batteries, Mr. H. B. Vorley, 12
  • - Excursion to the North-East of England, 151, 178
  • - Visit to the Kennington-lane Storage Station and Vauxhall Works of the South Metropolitan Gas Company, 456
  • - Visit to the Royal Mail Company’s s.s. “Scot,” 76
  • - Visit to the Royal Mint, 76
  • - Visit to Messrs. Samuda Brothers’ Shipbuilding Works, 314, 364
  • Society, The King’s College Engineering, 282
  • SOCIETY, THE LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING, 456
  • - Collection and Disposal of Sewage and the Pollution of Rivers, The, Mr. J. T. Wood, 387
  • - Screwing Cast Iron and Driving Greenheart Piles, Mr. J. J. Potts, 424
  • - Sounding Apparatus, Mr. Ivan C. Barling, 519
  • SOCIETY, OWENS COLLEGE ENGINEERING, 367
  • - Tramway Engineering, Mr. T. Arnall, 468
  • - Water Supply of London, Professor Dawkins on, 367
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, THE AMERICAN :
  • - Test of an American Pulsometer, Mr. De Volson Wood, 528
  • - Programme in Full, 377
  • Society, The Royal Meteorological (see the Royal Meteorological Society)
  • SOCIETY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ENGINEERING:
  • - Conversazione, June 30th, 13
  • Soil on a Sewage Filter Bad, The Influence of, 146
  • Sounding Apparatus, Mr. I. C. Barling, 519
  • South Africa, Railway Extension in, 95
  • South Kensington Museum, 178
  • South-Eastern Railway Inspection Saloon, Mr. W. Wainwright, 130, 132, 135, 152, 155
  • Southampton Naval Works, Future of the, 217
  • Speakman’s Safety Water Cartridge, 378
  • Spectroscopic Astronomy, Dr. Huggins on, at the British Association, 155
  • Speed and Pressure Recorder, Mills’, 303
  • Spencer and Sons, Messrs. John, New Steel Works at Newburn, 164
  • Spindle Oils, 129
  • “Springfield” Steam Road Roller, The, 519
  • St. Clair Tunnel, The, 266
  • St. Lazare Terminus, Chemin de Fer de 1’Ouest, 409
  • Stability and the Motion of a Vessel among Waves, Mr. J. A. Rowe, 329, 368
  • Stamped Steel Buckets, Mr. C. W. Burtons 170
  • SMITHFIELD CLUB SHOW7, THE :
  • - Steam Machinery at, 472
  • Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, 542
  • Statistics of Lightning in Germany, 399
  • Steam, The Condensation of, 462
  • Steam Crane, 120-ton Floating, 109, 112
  • Steam in the Cylinder, The Behaviour of, 250
  • Steam Cylinder Jackets, Condensation in, 78
  • Steam Cylinders, Condensation in, 520
  • Steam Engine Efficiency, Mr, James Weir on 239
  • Steam, Experiments upon the Velocity of, 329
  • Steam Fire Engine for Sydney, 302
  • Steam Fire Engine for Upper Burmah, Messrs. Shand, Mason, and Co., 76
  • Steam Hammer, The Bethlehem, 62
  • Steam-Launches for the Egyptian Government, 255
  • Steam Phaeton, The Serpollet, 26
  • Steam Pipes, 220
  • Steam Pipes, Strengthening, 32
  • Steam Road Roller, The Springfield, 518
  • Steam Titan for Madras Harbour Works, 129
  • Steam Tricycle, The Serpollet, 254
  • Steamer “Ophir,” The Orient Steam Navigation Co.’s Twin-screw (Supplement, November 20th, 1891), 232, 250, 294, 415
  • S.S. “Great Britain,” The, 168
  • S.S. “Ibex,” The, 242
  • S.S. “Lancastrian,” The, 357
  • S.S. “Lily,” Trial Trip of the, 140
  • S S. “Mexican,” The, 359
  • S.S. “Minho,” Compound Engines (Supplement, August 21st, 1891), 153, 156
  • S.S. “ Norham Castle,” The, 313
  • S.S. “ Ophir,” The Orient Line (Supplement, November 20th, 1891), 232, 250, 294, 415
  • S.S. “Scot,” The Royal Mail (Supplements, July 3rd and 10th, 1891), 1, 9
  • S.S. “ Tekoa,” Run made by the, 424
  • S S. “Violet,” Main and Auxiliary Engines of the (Supplement, August 7th, 1891), 109
  • Steamship Owners, Railway Companies as, 151
  • St amship Records, Greatest of, 68
  • Steamships, Idle, 154
  • Steamships, A New Line of, 205
  • Steamships “Nomadic” and “Tauric,” The White Star (Supplement, July 24th, 1891), 62
  • Steamships, on the Resistance of, Mr. Robert Mansel, 471
  • Stecher River Profile Register, The, 170
  • Steel Armour Trials in France and America, Nickel, 379
  • Steel Boats, Unsinkable, 77
  • Steel Buckets, Stamped, 170
  • Steel Chains, Weld less, 250
  • Steel for Cycles, 462
  • Steel Dredger Chain Pins, Manganese, 435
  • Steel Foundry Practice? 363
  • Steel in Marine Engine Work, 236
  • Steel Plates, Bethlehem, 165
  • Steel Rails in Europe and America, 464
  • Steel Sleepers, Mr. Thos. Morgan’s, 410
  • Steel Strong Room for Spain, 282
  • Steel Works at Newburn, Messrs. John Spencer and Sons’ New, 164
  • Steering Gear, Harfield’s Compensating, 542
  • Steering Regulations of the Norddeutsche Lloyd, 42
  • Steernwitz, Professor H. von, The Genesis of Ore Deposits, 261
  • Stirling, Mr. M., on the Construction of the Engines of the Hull and Barnsley Locomotives, 370
  • Stirling, Mr. Patrick, Express Passenger Locomotive (Supplement November 6th, 1891), 387
  • Stoker, Mechanical Conveyor, 198
  • Storage of India-rubber Goods? 423
  • Storm Rain Gauge, 241
  • Stothert and Pitt, Messrs., 50-ton Block Setting Titan, 315, 319
  • Street Railways in the United States, 146
  • Strengthening Steam Pipes, 32
  • Stresses in Fly-wheel Arms, 15, 25, 54, 90, 117, 170
  • Stresses in Fly-wheel Rims, 241
  • Strike on the Wear, 405
  • Strikes and Arbitration in France, 456
  • Strong Room and Safes, Steel, Messrs. Hobbs, Hart, and Co,, 282
  • Stubben, Herr F., Hygiene Principles for the Extension and Internal Improvement of Towns, 126
  • Sugar Plant, A Large, 353
  • Sulphur from Pig Iron, On the Elimination of, 290
  • Summers and Scott’s Multiple Drilling Machine, 447
  • Sunderland, The Eight Hours’ Day in, 57
  • SUPPLEMENTS :—
  • - Auxiliary Engines, London and North-Western Railway Company’ss.s. “Violet,” August 7th, 1891, Messrs. Laird Brothers
  • - Compound Engines, s.s. “Minho,” Messrs. John Jones and Co., August 21st, 1891
  • - Compound Pneumatic Pumping Engines, General Post Office, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, December 18th, 1891
  • - Cruiser No. 6, United States Navy, General Arrangement of Machinery, October 19th, 1891
  • - Cruiser No. 6, United States Navy, Tripleexpansion Engines, October 2nd, 1891
  • - THE ENGINEER, 33, Norfolk-street, Strand, October 30th, 1891
  • - Express Passenger Locomotive, Great Northern Railway, Mr. Patrick Stirling, November 6th, 1891
  • - The Orient Steam Navigation Company’s s.s. “Ophir,” Messrs. R. Napier and Sons, November 20th, 1891
  • - Royal Mail s.s. “Scot,” Messrs. Denny Brothers, July 3rd and 10th, 1891
  • - Triple-expansion Engines, s.s. “Scot,” July 10th, 1891
  • - Triple - expansion Twin-screw Engines, s.s. “Tynwald,” The Fairfield Company, September 11th, 1891
  • - Turbines at Assling in Carinthia, Messrs. Ganz and Co., December 4th, 1891
  • - White Star Steamship “Nomadic,” July 24th, 1891
  • Supremacy of the Navy for Imperial Defence, Lieutenant-General Sir Wm. Jervois on the, 6
  • Surcouf, Deck-protected (French Fleet), 168
  • Suspension Furnace, Morison’s, 33
  • Swing Bridge over the Glamorganshire Canal, 105, 106, 107
  • Switch-board, Six Circuit Naval, Ronald Scott’s Patent, 52
  • Sydney, Steam Fire Engine for, 302
  • TALL Fire Escape, A, 74
  • Tangyes’ Pump, A Curious Diagram taken from a, 151
  • Taxation of Machinery, The, 131, 387
  • Tea, Value of Machinery in the Preparation of, 134
  • Technical Education, 71
  • “Tekoa,” Run Made by the s.s., 424
  • Telegraphic Machine, A New, 359
  • Telegraphs, Our Postal, 491, 513
  • Temperature of Cylinder Walls, On a Method of Calculating the Mean, 296, 317
  • Temperature of Cylinder Walls, Method of Measuring the, 312, 317
  • TENDERS:—
  • - Easington-lane Cemetery, Durham, 270
  • - Hornsey Local Board, 165
  • - Sewerage Works, Richmond, 475
  • TENDERS:—
  • - Wood Paving, 239
  • - Tenders for a Tramway in Galatz, 407
  • Test of an American Pulsometer, 528
  • Testing Cement, 15
  • Tests of Magazine Small Arms, 202
  • Tests of Strength of American Woods, Professor Johnson on, 232
  • “Teutonic,” Last Trip of the, 197
  • “Teutonic,” Passage of the White Star Company’s Steamer, 302
  • Thames Improvement, 486
  • Thermo-electric Method of Studying Cylinder Condensation, Professor M. FitzGerald on a, 312
  • Thompson Coupler on a Broken Shaft, 13, 25
  • Thompson, Professor Sylvanus, Electricity in Mining, 186
  • Thomson’s Indestructible Water Taps, 358
  • Thornycroft and Co., Messrs. J. J., Construction of Twin-screw Torpedo Gunboat for the Navy entrusted to, 80
  • Thrashing Machine Trials at Doncaster, Royal Agricultural Society’s Show, 6, 7, 21
  • “Thunderer,” H.M. Double-turret Battleship, 514, 519
  • Thurston, Professor, Final Improvement of the Steam Engine, 300
  • Thwaites’ Petroleum Storage Tank, 260
  • Tides, Arrested, 151
  • Timber, Preservative Treatment of, Mr. Octave Chanute, 212
  • Tin Mining of the Malay Peninsular, 197
  • Tin-plate Manufacture in America, 155
  • Tires at the Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, 542
  • Titan Crane, 30-ton, 417, 420
  • Titan, 50-ton Block-setting, 315, 319
  • Torpedo Boat for Australia, Messrs. Yarrow and Co., 178
  • Torpedo Boat, United States, 211
  • Torpedo Netting of American Manufacture, 281
  • Torpedo, The Sims-Edison Electrical, 519
  • Torpedo, The Whitehead, 110, 111, 137, 138, 156, 157
  • Torsion in Carriages, Mr. J. C. King, 180
  • Towler, Mr. Alfred, Air Pumps and Condensers for Steam Engines, 380
  • Town Drainage in Italy, Prof. Pacchiotti, 125
  • Trade and Coal Prices, Iron and Engineering, 216
  • Trade of the Country, The, 216
  • Trade, The Course of, 30
  • Trade and Labour Outlook in the Engineering Trades, 114
  • Trade Marks Word, 326
  • Trade with Morocco, British, 13
  • Trades Union Congress, The, 235
  • Trades Unionism, An Employers Advocacy of, 322
  • Trains and Bridges, 275
  • Tramway Engineering, Mr. T. Arnall, 468
  • Tramway, The Hastings Cliff, 74, 75
  • Tramways, Electric Traction on, 26
  • Tramways, Roundhay Electric, Leeds, 386
  • Trans-Siberian Railway, The, 453, 459
  • Transparent Set Square, A, 370
  • Tresidder, Capt., Experiments with Compound Armour, 321
  • Tresidder’s Special Treatment, Brown’s Compound Plates, 374, 375
  • Tricycle, The Serpollet Steam, 254
  • Triple-expansion Engines, U.S. Cruiser No. 6, (Supplement, October 2nd, 1891), 272
  • Triple-expansion Marine Engine, Messrs. Welch, Bradshaw, and Co., 318
  • Triple-expansion Mill Engines, Messrs. Hick, Hargreaves, and Co., 88, 92, 109, 115
  • Trotter Curve Ranger, The, 366
  • “Trusty” GasEngine, The, Messrs. Weyman and Co., 283
  • “Trusty” Oil Engine, The, 458
  • Tube-making, Machinery for, Mr. W. H. Bara- clough, 338
  • Tugot Freres, MM., Anti-fouling Composition in the Navy, 304
  • Tunnel at Black wall, The Proposed, 405
  • Tunnel, The Hudson River, 205
  • Tunnel in Italy, Fall of a, 286
  • Tunnel under the Mersey, Arbitration as to the, 94
  • Tunnel under the Mersey, Progress of the, 530
  • Tunnel under the Mersey, The Vyrnwy, 174
  • Tunnel, The St. Clair, 266
  • Tunnel, The Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 305
  • Turbine Governor, Mr. C. L. Hett, 179
  • Turbines at Assling in Carinthia (Supplement, December 4th, 1891), 464
  • Twyford Viaduct, The, 518, 534
  • Twin-screw Engines, s.s. “Tynwald” (Supplement, September 11th), 172, 176, 177, 211
  • Tyne, Overtime on the, 383
  • “Tynwald,” s.s., Twin-screw Engines (Supplement, September 11th), 172, 176, 177, 211
  • “Tynwald,” The Twin-screw Steamer, 172, 176, 177
  • Types and Proportions of Mercantile Vessels, Alterations in, Mr. T. B. Martell, 83
  • Typical Screw Propellers, 530
  • UNDERGROUND Electric Railway for Berlin, 483
  • Unguarded Railway Carriage Doors and Broken Fingers, 89
  • Union Steamship Company’s New Twin-screw Royal Mail s.s. “Scot,” Passage of, 135, 248
  • Unionism, The New, 407
  • Unit Magnetic Pole, 434, 486
  • United States, Armour-plates in the, 16
  • United States, Canals in the, 24
  • United States Cruiser No. 6 (Supplement, October 10th, 1891), 317
  • United States Cruiser No. 6, Air Pumps, 382, 389
  • United States Cruiser No. 6, Double-ended Boiler, 389
  • United States Cruiser No. 6, Surface Condensers, 252, 259
  • United States Cruiser No. 6, Triple-expansion Engines (Supplement, October 2nd, 1891), 272
  • United States, The Navy of the, 353
  • United States Navy, Marine Engines in the, 259, 272
  • United States Navy, Water-tube Boilers in the, 215
  • United States, Street Railways in the, 146
  • United States Torpedo Boat, 211
  • Units, Electro-Magnetic, 434, 486
  • Units, New and Old, 263
  • UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, BRISTOL, STUDENTS’ ENGINEERING SOCIETY :
  • - Steel Sleepers, Mr. Thomas Morgan’s, 410
  • University College, London, Evening Classes, 261
  • UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON, ENGINEERING SOCIETY :
  • - Automatic Brakes, Mr. F. A. Lart, 476
  • Upper Burmah, Steam Fire Engine for, 76
  • Urquhart, Mr. Thomas, Eight-Wheel Coupled Locomotives, Grazi-Tsaritsin Railway, South East Russia, 194, 197, 211, 214
  • Utilisation of Exhaust Steam, The, 275
  • Utilisation of Town Refuse, The, 150
  • VAIL’S Boiler Tube Expanding Machine, 542
  • Values of y and J., 14, 25, 53, 90, 131, 150, 193, 209
  • Valve Gear, Joy’s, Engines of the s.s. “Violet,” 109
  • Vaussenal, M., 530
  • Velocity of Projectiles, on the Measurement of the, 289
  • Velocity of Stea, Experiments upon the, 329
  • Veneers, The Oncken System of Cutting Boards and, 395
  • Viaduct, The Twyford, 518, 534
  • “Violet,” Engines of the, Joy’s Valve Gear, 109
  • Vorley, Mr. H. B., Electrical Storage Batteries, 13
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct, The, 89, 90, 94, 96, 230, 231, 234, 305, 444
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct, The Norton Tower, 89, 96, 230, 231, 234
  • Vyrnwy Tunnel under the Mersey, The, 174
  • Vyrnwy Water Supply to Liverpool, 73
  • WAGES Dispute, The Clyde, 51
  • Wainwright, Mr. W., Inspection Saloon, South- Eastern Railway, 130, 135
  • Wainwright, Mr. W., Six-wheeled Inspection Saloon, 132, 152, 155
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 18, 36, 58, 80, 102, 120, 142, 160, 182, 204, 222, 244, 266, 286, 308, 328, 350, 370, 392, 412, 430, 450, 468, 488, 524, 546
  • Warships, Mr. A. J. Durston, 84
  • Warships, Armour Plating on, France and Great Britain, 186
  • Warships, French, at Portsmouth, 146, 149, 168, 169, 193
  • Water in Berlin, The Sale of, by Measure, 520
  • Water Cartridge, Speakman’s Safety, 378
  • Water-cased Furnace Tubulous Boiler, 463
  • Water Motor, The “Demon,” 306
  • Water Motor of the Pelton Type, 53
  • Water-pressure Pumping Engines, Whitehaven Waterworks, 48, 52
  • Water in Steam Engine Cylinders, 297
  • Water Supply to Australia, 225, 271
  • Water Supply, Birmingham New, 318
  • Water Supply of Bombay, The, 73
  • Water Supply, Cheshunt, 16
  • Water Supply, Liverpool, 73
  • Water Supply, London, 341, 454, 469, 471, 527
  • Water Supply of London, Professor Dawkins on the, 367
  • Water Supply, Prospects of the London, 454, 469, 471, 527
  • Water Supply and River Pollution, Sewage Disposal in Relation to, 125
  • Water Taps, Thomson’s Indestructible, 358
  • Waterway between Jetties, The, 402, 440
  • Waterways, Harbours and, 24, 188
  • Waterworks, The Audley, 40, 77
  • Waterworks, Glasgow Corporation, 294
  • Waygood and Co., Messrs., Lifting Apparatus, Eddystone Lighthouse, Royal Naval Exhibition, 145
  • Waygood and Co., Messrs. R , The Hastings Cliff Tramway, 74, 75
  • Waygood and Co., Messrs. W., Beanfeast, 117
  • Wear, Strike on the, 405
  • Wear and Tear of Small Vertical Boilers, The, 445
  • Weaver Sluices, Manchester Ship Canal, 276
  • Webb, Mr. F. W., Compound Express Locomotive, London and North-Western Railway, 421, 425
  • Weir, Mr. Jas., Steam Engine Efficiency, 239
  • Welch, Bradshaw, and Co., Messrs., TripleExpansion Marine Engine, 318
  • Welding Connections, Diagram of, 529
  • Weld less Steel Chains, 250
  • “Wells” Light, Improved, 345
  • Wells and Shafts, Sinking, 359
  • Wells’ Steel Boat, 77
  • West Bromwich, Boiler Explosion at, 88
  • “Westwood’s ” Rim at the Stanley Exhibition of Cycles, 542
  • “Wetmore,” The Whaleback Ship, 140
  • Weyman and Co., Messrs., The “Trusty” Gas Engine, 283
  • Weyman and Co., Messrs., The “Trusty” Oil Engine, 458
  • Whaleback Steamer, “C. W. Wetmore,” The, 111, 140
  • Whalebacks, The American, 113
  • Wheel-cutting Machine, Messrs. Lister and Co., 239
  • Wheeling, A Deep Hole in the Ground at, 261
  • White Star Record Runs, 154
  • White Star Steamships “Nomadic” and “Tauric” (Supplement, July 24th), 62
  • Whitehead Torpedo, The, 110, 111, 137, 138, 156, 157
  • Whitmore and Binyon, Messrs., Nord berg’s Automatic Cut-off Governor, 229
  • Whitworth Mounting for High-angle Fire, 67, 109
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Exhibitions, 151
  • Whymper, Mr. F. H., Chief Inspector of Factories, 239
  • Wicksteed’s Hot Shears, Newburn Steel Works, 272, 277
  • Willey’s Boat-lowering Gear, 305
  • Williams, Mr. E., Manchester Ship Canal, River Wall near Bridgwater Docks, 156
  • Winding Engine with Variable Stroke, Hydraulic, Mr. A. Rigg, 325
  • Wiseman, Mr. W., Proposed Railway through British Central Africa, 39, 61, 86
  • Wood, Sir H. T., His Circular respecting a Collection of British Minerals for the Chicago Exhibition, 483
  • Wood, Lieutenant, Electric Welding applied to the Manufacture of Projectiles, 193
  • Wood, Mr. J. T., on the Collection and Disposal of the Sewage and the Pollution of Rivers, 387
  • Wood, Mr. De Volson, Test of an American Pulsometer, 528
  • Wood, Preservation of, 530
  • Woods, American, Tests of Strength of, 232
  • Woodside Ferry Steamer, “Mersey,” The, 345
  • Woolwich Arsenal, 269, 295
  • Woolwich Arsenal, 150-ton Steam Crane, Messrs. Easton and Anderson, 295
  • Word Trade Marks, 326
  • Working Time of Collieries, The, 342
  • Working of Railways, 235
  • Works Accounts, 275
  • Works Accounts, Stores Management, 185, 207
  • Workshops, American, 358, 387
  • World’s Railways, The, 223
  • World’s Fair at Chicago, The National Commission of the, 309
  • Wright-Newton Optical Projection Apparatus, The, 540
  • Wyllie, Mr. W., On the Wear and Tear of Small Vertical Boilers, 445
  • YARROW and Co., Messrs., High-speed Gunboat with Water-tube Boiler, 476
  • Yarrow and Co., Messrs., Torpedo Boat for Australia, 178
  • Yorkshire Miners’ Association, The, 12
  • ZEUNER, Mr. 0., The Stecher River Profile Register, 170
  • Zinc, Lead-coated, 416
  • “Zurich,” The New Electrical Accumulator Boat, 544


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